Rebecca Mitchell

Textiles in Practice

My design work adopts the simple shapes found in everyday objects. I am inspired by the unnoticed urban shapes of the built environment such as signs, grids and circular forms. 

The process of repetitive making is the main part of my practice; I use the process of slotting one fabric into another giving a sense of unity and consistency to my grid-like designs. 

I have worked to commission for Bruntwood, displaying my work in an office environment. I was also selected to make work for the Vertical Gallery café at MSoA. I have also produced a collection of homeware placemats using the natural qualities of cork & felt with earthy colours and a hint of foil.

Tags: Balance, Built Environment, Circles, Cork, Cork Fabric, Faux Leather, Felt, Foil, Geometric, Laser Cutting, Print, Repetition, Shapes, Simple, Stitch, Urban Lanscapes

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