Book: «World Textiles:А Sourcebook»

World Textiles:А Sourcebook

This title includes highlights from all nine volumes of the highly successful "Fabric Folios" series to create the essential single-volume textile and design sourcebook. Praise for "The Fabric Folios" series: "Lovers of textiles are sure to find a place for these reasonably priced books on their shelves ... turning each page is a surprise and a pleasure" . (Joss Graham, The World of Interiors). "Fabric Folios' are gorgeous designer sourcebooks exploring the variety of colour and pattern in textiles worldwide. Each book is a treasure trove of design and information" . (" Traveller Magazine Sales" points). This title showcases textiles from countries and regions of the world renowned for their rich textile and design heritage. It includes various techniques of production: embroidery, weaving, printing and dyeing. It shows each individual textile in full through a series of detailed photographs, allowing design enthusiasts and experts alike to get close-up and find...

Издательство: "British Museum Press" (2012)

Формат: 225x225, 368 стр.

ISBN: 978-0-7141-5093-2

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