Barbara Munsel and Jetty Dijkshoorn: Fascination for the Indigo

“Our mission is to create awareness for forgotten textile crafts.” One is an eco-friendly fashion designer, the other an entrepreneur dedicated to Marmorino plaster. They share a passion for sustainability and fashion and after some cappuccinos sipped together, they decided to open Arte-Klatsch, a creative art platform located in an old townhouse in one of… Read More Barbara Munsel and Jetty Dijkshoorn: Fascination for the Indigo

Elisabeth Berthon: From Mother Nature to a Unique Designer

“I quickly understood that the felt making was going to become my new universe.” Elisabeth Berthon speaks about time. Time as a source for dedication, patience and solitude. She assures her designs require a time-oriented approach mainly because of her interest in experimentation with biodegradable textiles. Actually, her love for handmade wool felt also started… Read More Elisabeth Berthon: From Mother Nature to a Unique Designer

Alexandra Drenth: Reinterpreting Embroidery in a Sustainable Key

“If I give attention to my work, time disappears and gives me endless freedom to create.” Alexandra specialises in hand embroideries and collage techniques. This sort of label sounds quite simple but actually beyond it, there is a deep sense of sustainable and quality-time oriented practice. A woman who knows how to bring innovation into… Read More Alexandra Drenth: Reinterpreting Embroidery in a Sustainable Key

The Toy Factory

No Serial Number is thrilled to invite you to the Fabbrica dei Giocattoli (The Toy Factory) in Viterbo, a lovely medieval town in northern Lazio, Italy. This event was organised by No Serial Number in Italy upon request of the Cultural Association Caffeina Cultura and will be running every day until the 8th of January, The Toy Factory invites children and adults to create sustainable… Read More The Toy Factory