Caroline Nixon: Eco-Printing and Upcycling from WarwickshireJacquie Rosenbach
“Eco-printing is the antithesis of today’s ‘throwaway’ society”
Specialised in eco-printing and natural colours, Caroline Nixon is a textile artist living and working in Warwickshire, UK. She uses botanical contact printing and natural dyeing combined with the shibori technique to create beautiful designs. Caroline usually upcycles and dyes the clothes and textiles that she finds in charity shops to make jackets, coats, dresses, t-shirts, shirts, and scarves.
Caroline also has a passion for producing very special and meaningful pieces. And so, she encourages her clients to come up with leaves from their own garden or with plants that have special memories for them. She can even print your wedding bouquet onto a camisole or silk kimono!
Grab your copy of the Winter issue of No Serial Number Magazine where Caroline reviews her experience of Irit Dulman’s latest workshop on eco-printing in Spain.
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