Handmade Textile Weeds and Other Overlooked Plants Printed With Found Images by Miranda van Dijk
9 monthes ago - By Colossal
Miranda van Dijk, from the series Sensitive Survivors
Poet and textile artist Miranda van Dijk prints found images onto delicate faux floral arrangements made from canvas, cotton, or voile. The vintage images are transferred onto the textile plants using a digital printing technique, and are either hidden in the curve of a petal or are displayed prominently on one of the plant's leaves. These works are then imbedded in a natural environment, allowing her sculptures to blend into wildflower gardens and other lush scenes.
For her series Sensitive Survivors , van Dijk modeled her pieces on...
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