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Second Skin

TT
854.3
.N38
F55
2011

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Second Skin : Choosing and caring for textiles and clothing

Lint, India.

Millers Point NSW, Australia : Murdoch Books, c2011.

286 p. : col. ill. ; 28 X 23 cm.

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This book is not about moving mountains but about some of the more easily achievable things we might do for our planet by living simpler lives and using less of the world's non-renewale resources, specificaly those to do with cloth and clothing, in a more considered and informed manner.This book does not pretend to be a textbook or an academic tome; amy aspiration was rather to preesent informationt hat could be of use together with interesting work by other artists and designers who thinking about similar challenges, as well as the occasional small proejct that could be carried out by the individual using resource readily availabe at home or the garden.

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ISBN:

978-1-74196-721-0

Author:

Lint, India.

Title:

Second Skin : Choosing and caring for textiles and clothing / by India Flint.

Publisher:

Millers Point NSW, Australia : Murdoch Books, c2011.

Physical:

286 p. : col. ill. ; 28 X 23 cm.

Summary:

This book is not about moving mountains but about some of the more easily achievable things we might do for our planet by living simpler lives and using less of the world's non-renewale resources, specificaly those to do with cloth and clothing, in a more considered and informed manner.This book does not pretend to be a textbook or an academic tome; amy aspiration was rather to preesent informationt hat could be of use together with interesting work by other artists and designers who thinking about similar challenges, as well as the occasional small proejct that could be carried out by the individual using resource readily availabe at home or the garden.

Subject:

Eco-dyeing--Techniques.

Subject:

Wearable art--Natural dyeing.

Subject:

Surface design--Inspirations.

Subject:

Renewable resources.

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    $h Classification part  TT 854.3 .N38 F55 2011

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