Thursday, 26 November 2015

Marina Godoy






A good sketchbook is a wonderful thing, with its containment of thoughts either related or jumbled, gathered in one document. Sketchbooks are lived in and have the patina of use, sweat and toil on the pages, split coffee and tears of frustration. 
A textile sketchbook seems to take this human touch even further with it scraps of fabric, clothing, bedding, buttons, stitch and jewels, it has a visual tactility that is compelling. These examples are the work of Brazilian artist Marina Godoy.

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