These koi fish by origami artist Sipho Mabona have lots of decorative possibilities. In the photo, several different colors of the koi are suspended from wires to give them the appearance of swimming in a pond. Folding the koi is relatively easy. An excellent stop motion video here by Mabona shows how the origami fish are each folded from a single square of paper.
I've made a riso print of my fishes as I seem to have built up a large collection of drawings of them. This print is A4 and printed in a royal blue. It is available for £10 plus postage. Email me if you are interested: firstname.lastname@example.org Sushi, seen below is also available for £10. It is A4 and printed in black. Both are editions of 25.
MaXhosa | Justina Blakeney
I’m enamored with the collections of South African knitwear designer Laduma Ngxokolo. His line, MaXhosa was designed as a knitwear solution to Xhosa initiation rights, that includes a tradition of dressing up in “new dignified formal clothing for six months after initiation.” He incorporates traditional Xhosa beadwork craft, patterns, symbolism and colors into his modern knitwear collection. Gorgeous, yes?
Psychedelia, man! Trippy vintage fabric
I love this piece. I would prefer it was cotton but a knit is good, too. Recent new arrivals here ....and lots more to come... Have a lov...