We have recently started creating some awesome fabric printed designs for weddings and would love to be a part of personalising your wedding day. Why not create your own patterned or text printed backdrop for your ceremony, reception or photo booth? Here is some inspiration to get you thinking- remember to contact us to brainstorm your fabulous fabric backdrop ideas! Edyta Szyszlo Photography Style Me Pretty Green Wedding Shoes Project Wedding Sugar Love Weddings
It’s time to throw your plain and boring shoes out the window and add a little spring to your step with some colourful printed shoes! Show your individuality by painting or drawing designs onto canvas shoes, or purchase some already made bright prints to make your outfit pop. Here are some awesome designs we came across. Nicholas Kirkwood Time for Tea Megan Corrales Limango Tanya Brown
We recently cut this effective design out of felt for a fashion garment for a student.
Melbourne Laser Cutter and Classic Wedding Invitations teamed up to create this vintage floral laser-cut wedding invitation. What better way to get your guests excited for your wedding than to challenge them to put together your puzzle invitation. When all the pieces are fit to perfection, your event details are revealed and your guests have an awesome keepsake to remember your special day by. We can create any print or puzzle design to suit your wedding theme.
At Melbourne Laser Cutter we are proud to be a part of creating all sorts of beautiful things for any occasion. We recently engraved this sign for a client onto 2.5mm dark bamboo. It’s rustic, intricate and ornate and the finished product is very unique and effective.
Below are some examples of a custom wedding invitation we did for a client for classicweddinginvitations.com.au . They came to us with their own design and this is the result.
RMIT is known for creating great students and great works. These are some of the pieces from their exhibition in December 2013 at the No Vacancy gallery. Image: ‘Ugly Beautiful’ by Janis Nah – Hand and double-bed machine knit, crochet, macrame cotton lycra jersey, cotton, wool, nylon, cording, plastic bags Image: ‘A Silent Scape’ by Alyssa Pyritz – Handwoven tunic with linen and cotton yarn, lasercut wool felt Image: ‘Natural Curves’ by Amanda Magnano – Shima industrial knit cushion covers – wool Image: ‘Atomic Anomaly’ by Ilce Karamacoski…
What do you use for your favourite tools and utensils when making art and textiles? Below are some tools that the RMIT students from Bricolage used for creating their final art pieces. What does your workspace look like?
We stumbled upon this lovely Melbourne business, Funky Wombat Textiles recently and couldn’t wait to share their beautiful designs. The designer behind the prints is Tamara Schneider, surface pattern and textile designer. Each design, print and product is oozing originality and style!