Greetings maker and menders!
Sure has been a while.
Thank you for being here.
I appreciate you!
Today is a special story on water in 3 parts.
Part 1 - It’s just a t-shirt -or- 2,720 liters of water.
Part 2 - Truth Stranger Than Fiction: Under the Microscope with Dr. Emoto.
Part 3 - Myth + Art + Conservation = Multidisciplinary Artist, Fuchsia Lin.
when purchasing new ones.
A little tricky, since we like to commemorate special events with t-shirts:
concerts, marathons, conferences, vacation souvenirs, and for professing sports allegiances.
Keep your t-shirts looking good longer by line-drying them.
Mend tears and holes.
Cannibalize old t-shirts creatively: t-shirt quilts, rags, accessories,
More ideas and resources at the Styleposium Pinterest page.
See boards "Garment Care & Maintenance"
Dr. Masaru Emoto.
Truly astounding and awesome.
I think of it often. Thank you to my friend and colleague, Fuchsia Lin for introducing me to Emoto's work.
The above images are copyright and courtesy of Fuchsia Lin.
Speaking of my friend and fellow costume designer,
I'd like to introduce you to Fuchsia Lin.
Fuchsia has been a great inspiration to me on many levels and
I'm pleased to share her work with you today.
Below is a trailer for the first installation of her dance film trilogy,
Crystals of Transformation.
It screens at NW Film Center in Portland, OR on
Wednesday, 26 July
Tickets and info click here.
with a great group of artist collaborators.
Below, Fuchsia, in her own words.
Next week we will continue the water theme,
including more photos and conversation with Fuchsia Lin!
Until then, you know where to find us!