cloth print

cloth print

[′klȯth ‚print]
(graphic arts)
A photo reproduction image on a woven fiber base.
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Paul Smith designed the striped car from a cloth print he once used, the spiders webs are from Kate Moss who was inspired by her pet tarantula, and the chrome car is David Bowie's creation, who wanted the car to reflect its surroundings
In the bath area, Ex-Cell will introduce four areas of shower curtains--cloth texture, cloth print, jacquard and plastic.
95; taupe jute rug with cloth print border, 6 by 9 feet, $115.
This is a gorgeous picturebook crammed with detail and a delightful thing to share with children The author's and illustrator's individual experiences of West African life help them recreate the vibrancy of the marketplace and bring to life the light and colour of market goods and brightly coloured cloth prints.
The event, which will produce at least a half-dozen of the huge cloth prints, also marks the rollout of a new foundation dedicated to art education at the Gallery at the Watershed, Isler Gibson said.
A few Asian cloth prints hang from the window sill, the only indication that I may be in a Thai restaurant.
Traditional cloth prints add a twist of punk to even the plainest ensemble and the winter season has plenty of strong prints to play around with - think plaid bowling bags, hounds tooth totes and tartan oversized shoppers.