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Each year on National Handloom Day, India's rich & diverse handloom is celebrated.
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Raksha Bandhan meets craft & design. A festival celebrating the relation between brothers and sisters.
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TF launches Mumby, a conscious kids design label. All products are handmade in collaboration with artisans, using century old craft traditions. We only use natural materials and pure, vegetable dyes. Mumby is gentle for your baby and kind for our planet.
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A pleasant conversation with Willemien from Crafts Council Netherlands
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TF launches Mumby, a conscious kids design label. All products are handmade in collaboration with artisans, using century old craft traditions. We only use natural materials and pure, vegetable dyes. Mumby is gentle for your baby and kind for our planet.
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During our stay we collected all sorts of objects which slowly turned into an altar in Irma's, Elma's and Anita's hotelroom. The altar consisted of objects for daily use, such as a dishwashing brush, but also a portrait of Rembrandt to make a home in a bare hotelroom. We almost spent a full month and...
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Various artists and designers at the DDW 2019 have been exploring the use of natural dyes as an alternative for the polluting colours from the textile industry. An almost forgotten ancient tradition, which is still very much alive in India.
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Diwali is the time to lit earthen diyas. The demand of these diyas is decreasing every year as fancier forms of light are replacing the traditional ones.
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The Dutch king and queen are on a statevisit to India and are exploring new collaborations in Kochi. The area was known as Dutch Malabar in the 17th and 18th century where various traces of the VOC can be found.
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Alice and Emmy went to learn blockprinting with natural dyes. It was not the best time for printing - during monsoon. They enjoyed and had a great experience and above all printed beautiful fabrics.
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