Margrethe Odgaard a Textile Designer That Focus on Colours and Patterns
Margrethe Odgaard finished from The Danish Design School, fabric research studies, in 2005 as well as studied at Rhode Island School of Design in USA. In 2007 she was picked to participate in the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition. In 2006, 2007 and 2009 she was granted grants from Danmarks Nationalbank's Anniversary Structure, and in 2008 and 2009 she received gives from The Danish Arts Foundation. In 2008, Margrethe Odgaard decorated the restaurant Mielcke & Hurtigkarl in Frederiksberg Playground. Odgaard collaborates with reactive printing strategies on linen and cotton, and her jobs are based on experiments with a single overarching suggestion that intrigues her, and which she would like to check out comprehensive; this might be a procedure that she wants to check or a feeling that she would like to share. Odgaard discovers considerably of her motivation in songs and art, consisting of road fine art, and these aspects develop the basis for the straightforward, design patterns and amusing repetitions in her unique expression.Mimi & MotoGraffiti Collection is directly motivated by the graffiti setting in Philadelphia and New York and utilizes several of the visual impacts understood from graffiti. Textiles are traditionally a quite lengthy medium to deal with, unlike the medium of graffiti, which is produced promptly and can be decoded more with ease. Odgaard's cushions mirror a few of this immediacy as a counterpoint to the or else extremely carefully manufactureded fiber item.The cushions are individually spray-painted by hand and then flat-screen published with pigments. They are available in a large range of bright shades and variants: Moto can be found in black, gray, red, blue and fluorescent pink, while Mimi is available in black, grey, red, blue, pink and neon yellow. The cushions are made in 90 % linen and 10 % cotton. All the pillows are made by Odgaard herself and have a special, yet regular phrase.Flip Flap FoldFlip Flap Fold is a table jogger that firmly insists on obtaining up from the table and coming to be a facility item, a dramatic focal point for the table setup, where the decorative aspect radiates playfulness, and a funny touch takes the stuffiness down a notch. Flip Flap Fold makes the otherwise somewhat overlooked and bourgeois table distance runner the center of focus.Fold Unfold Tablecloth The crease lines of a folded up tablecloth are highlighted by the lively responsive dyes electronically published on soft 100 % cotton. It's a singular effect by Copenhagen-based fiber and colour designer Margrethe Odgaard, a Danish Design School and RISD alumnus that is panoramic. The one hanging in our store pulls gasps from new admirers each time-- making it a specifically difficult gadget to keep in stock! We try. Margrethe draws motivation from her passion of road art and songs. Produced for Hay Denmark. Device clean warm and topple dry.Navajo DrawingsThe Navajo Drawings originates from my fasination of the typical navajo weavings of the American Indians. By switching out the thread with 6x6 mm wooden sticks, the drawings open in the area and change from being readable and instead level to coming to be three dimensional and abstract figures.