Sploty

Sploty(pol. weaves) is a title for a series of short, quarterly textile art exhibitions. Dekoma is launching this project to promote textile artists who prove that interior design fabrics have more applications than just curtains and furniture. For each part established artists as well as talented students will be invited to present their work and ideas. Enjoy!
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The second Sploty exhibition combines all textile items from an upcycling festival – Ecomade that took place last December. All products have been made using authors own techniques and required a creative approach towards fabric leftovers. We hope this will inspire designers and artists to look at postproduction waste in a new way. Materials for the festival have been delivered by Dekoma.

The second Sploty exhibition combines all textile items from an upcycling festival – Ecomade that took place last December. All products have been made using authors own techniques and required a creative approach towards fabric leftovers. We hope this will inspire designers and artists to look at postproduction waste in a new way. Materials for the festival have been delivered by Dekoma.

“Rug made of old jeans” is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition. Author came up with the idea while spring cleaning. The main inspiration were jagged trouser legs which led to the creation of a soft to touch rug. It can be used as a wall decoration and even as a material for bags or pillows.  Made by Agnieszka Witkowska

“Rug made of old jeans” is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition. Author came up with the idea while spring cleaning. The main inspiration were jagged trouser legs which led to the creation of a soft to touch rug. It can be used as a wall decoration and even as a material for bags or pillows. Made by Agnieszka Witkowska

Wegan / Recycle / Handmade which is a result of an author’s method of processing recycled textiles: old clothes, postproduction waste and sewing room leftovers. The production process is fully manual – textiles after fragmentation are mixed with natural glue, and put into a form. This method allows to form many unique items in ex. storage boxes or even lampshades.  “Sploty” exhibition by Dekoma  Made by Barbara Stelmachowska

Wegan / Recycle / Handmade which is a result of an author’s method of processing recycled textiles: old clothes, postproduction waste and sewing room leftovers. The production process is fully manual – textiles after fragmentation are mixed with natural glue, and put into a form. This method allows to form many unique items in ex. storage boxes or even lampshades. “Sploty” exhibition by Dekoma Made by Barbara Stelmachowska

“Rug made of old jeans” is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition. Author came up with the idea while spring cleaning. The main inspiration were jagged trouser legs which led to the creation of a soft to touch rug. It can be used as a wall decoration and even as a material for bags or pillows.  Made by Agnieszka Witkowska

“Rug made of old jeans” is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition. Author came up with the idea while spring cleaning. The main inspiration were jagged trouser legs which led to the creation of a soft to touch rug. It can be used as a wall decoration and even as a material for bags or pillows. Made by Agnieszka Witkowska

Wegan / Recycle / Handmade which is a result of an author’s method of processing recycled textiles: old clothes, postproduction waste and sewing room leftovers. The production process is fully manual – textiles after fragmentation are mixed with natural glue, and put into a form. This method allows to form many unique items in ex. storage boxes or even lampshades.  “Sploty” exhibition by Dekoma  Made by Barbara Stelmachowska

Wegan / Recycle / Handmade which is a result of an author’s method of processing recycled textiles: old clothes, postproduction waste and sewing room leftovers. The production process is fully manual – textiles after fragmentation are mixed with natural glue, and put into a form. This method allows to form many unique items in ex. storage boxes or even lampshades. “Sploty” exhibition by Dekoma Made by Barbara Stelmachowska

„Ring”, part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, has been made out of a simple cotton twine from  postproduction waste of a sewing room as well as own textile leftovers. The material has been cut in pieces of the same length, dyed and formed in decorative rings.  Made by Anna Pankowska vel Jankowska

„Ring”, part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, has been made out of a simple cotton twine from postproduction waste of a sewing room as well as own textile leftovers. The material has been cut in pieces of the same length, dyed and formed in decorative rings. Made by Anna Pankowska vel Jankowska

„Ring”, part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, has been made out of a simple cotton twine from  postproduction waste of a sewing room as well as own textile leftovers. The material has been cut in pieces of the same length, dyed and formed in decorative rings.  Made by Anna Pankowska vel Jankowska

„Ring”, part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, has been made out of a simple cotton twine from postproduction waste of a sewing room as well as own textile leftovers. The material has been cut in pieces of the same length, dyed and formed in decorative rings. Made by Anna Pankowska vel Jankowska

„Four seasons”, a screen which is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, was inspired by the four astronomical seasons. Old sheers were used for the base. The second layer was made out of parings, yarns and crewel in different colours glued and sewn. At the end a pattern of little leaves has been embroidered on the surface.   Made by Dominika Bober and Aleksandra Mazurek

„Four seasons”, a screen which is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, was inspired by the four astronomical seasons. Old sheers were used for the base. The second layer was made out of parings, yarns and crewel in different colours glued and sewn. At the end a pattern of little leaves has been embroidered on the surface. Made by Dominika Bober and Aleksandra Mazurek

„Four seasons”, a screen which is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, was inspired by the four astronomical seasons. Old sheers were used for the base. The second layer was made out of parings, yarns and crewel in different colours glued and sewn. At the end a pattern of little leaves has been embroidered on the surface.   Made by Dominika Bober and Aleksandra Mazurek

„Four seasons”, a screen which is a part of Dekoma’s “Sploty” exhibition, was inspired by the four astronomical seasons. Old sheers were used for the base. The second layer was made out of parings, yarns and crewel in different colours glued and sewn. At the end a pattern of little leaves has been embroidered on the surface. Made by Dominika Bober and Aleksandra Mazurek

Wegan / Recycle / Handmade which is a result of an author’s method of processing recycledtextiles: old clothes, postproduction waste and sewing room leftovers. The production process is fully manual – textiles after fragmentation are mixed with natural glue, and put into a form. This method allows to form many unique items in ex. storage boxes or even lampshades.  “Sploty” exhibition by Dekoma Made by Barbara Stelmachowska

Wegan / Recycle / Handmade which is a result of an author’s method of processing recycledtextiles: old clothes, postproduction waste and sewing room leftovers. The production process is fully manual – textiles after fragmentation are mixed with natural glue, and put into a form. This method allows to form many unique items in ex. storage boxes or even lampshades. “Sploty” exhibition by Dekoma Made by Barbara Stelmachowska


Περισσότερες ιδέες
All pieces have been surrounded by shelves filled with fabrics at the headquarters of Dekoma, what gives and interesting and unexpected background for the exhibits. We believe that presenting textile art within a textile showroom will inspire visitors to play with our products in new unconventional ways.

All pieces have been surrounded by shelves filled with fabrics at the headquarters of Dekoma, what gives and interesting and unexpected background for the exhibits. We believe that presenting textile art within a textile showroom will inspire visitors to play with our products in new unconventional ways.

Bryza (pol. breeze), silk material died in indigo, technique: shibori and own by Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna for Dekoma

Bryza (pol. breeze), silk material died in indigo, technique: shibori and own by Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna for Dekoma

All pieces have been surrounded by shelves filled with fabrics at the headquarters of Dekoma, what gives and interesting and unexpected background for the exhibits. We believe that presenting textile art within a textile showroom will inspire visitors to play with our products in new unconventional ways.

All pieces have been surrounded by shelves filled with fabrics at the headquarters of Dekoma, what gives and interesting and unexpected background for the exhibits. We believe that presenting textile art within a textile showroom will inspire visitors to play with our products in new unconventional ways.

from left, silk "Bryza" and linen

from left, silk "Bryza" and linen

"Jasność" (pol. brightness), silk material died in logwood, technique: shibori and own by Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna for Dekoma

"Jasność" (pol. brightness), silk material died in logwood, technique: shibori and own by Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna for Dekoma

"Androidy", silk died in logwood, techique: shibori and own by Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna

"Androidy", silk died in logwood, techique: shibori and own by Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna

MINIMAL COLOURS

MINIMAL COLOURS

“I've been playing a game - it's called let's see how much mess I can make in the flat, and really piss my boyfriend off. I seem to be winning ”

“I've been playing a game - it's called let's see how much mess I can make in the flat, and really piss my boyfriend off. I seem to be winning ”

Synthetic Layers  By Sanne Schuurman

Envisions: Everything But The End

The New Practices New York 2014 exhibition design conveys the innovative spirit of the competition and creates an engaging and exciting environment for the featured works. The Center had a limited budget for the installation, so Jen and her designers had to find an inexpensive, easy-to-produce solution that was still impactful. The mesh of lines suggests the streets on a map.

The New Practices New York 2014 exhibition design conveys the innovative spirit of the competition and creates an engaging and exciting environment for the featured works. The Center had a limited budget for the installation, so Jen and her designers had to find an inexpensive, easy-to-produce solution that was still impactful. The mesh of lines suggests the streets on a map.

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