2016
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Pigment: the surface and substance of cloth

Linda Brassington

Pigment: the surface and substance of clothIndigo is a process of fermentation and colouration through oxidation. Through successive immersions, indigo builds colour from subtle, transparent blue to rich, dark blue-blacks. Indigo is more than “blue”. It is a living, “breathing” material – an organic compound with the capacity to evoke colour as matter, as pigment, as stuff.

 

Further articles in the magazine Craft, Art, Design 03/2016:

 

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