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Things „thrown off“ by nature...

by Adriena Pekárová

10 Design by Lenka Černá made from locust-tree seeds The latest presentation of students´ works organised at the AFAD included a strong visual experience from the structural designs made from natural materials by Lenka Černá, a student of 5th year at the textile design studio. Lenka has come to complete her master of fine arts study from the Hradec Králové University. She produced her designs using leaves, fruits, seeds, bark, needles and cones. She collected parts of plants and trees and studied them as wholes and in detail. Then, she changed their shapes, destructed them and pasted them on a solid surface. However, Lenka mainly made new constructions, for example she cut pink-and-brown skin of litchi into strips and created design inspired by cross-stitch embroidery from the Haná region. She plans to use the designs she has produced on textile material.






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