For the Skinn collection I was inspired by the environment, the beauty of nature but also the damage we do to nature. With this collection I zoom in on organic structures we are not immediately aware of; Take fungi, the mud in a pond, or algae and bacteria in the sea. Skinn wall The Skin collection also refers to the Dogwhelks which is a sea snail. A couple of centuries ago, we used them for our purple dye-stuff nowadays is an important indicator for the ecological functioning of the North Sea; Skinn Wall is also a microscopic magnification of the deposition of the purple snails eggs on the seabed. Skinn wall is double-suspendable.
How Its Made
Skinn Wall is produced as responsibly as possible in the Textilelab in Tilburg. Skinn Wall contains a material mixture of mohair, wool, acrylic, cotton, polyester, linen, plastic, viscose, lurex and metallic yarn.