Gone are the days of ornate architecture with its intricate masonry and delicate wood work. For many an urban dweller it’s a “Stack’em Shack” (translation apartment building) existence. For the suburbanite you have your home with a plot of land. … Continue reading
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As featured in Selvedge, issue 50, Jan./Feb. 2013. RED – Red yarn spewing, flowing, weaving, draping, pooling, pouring from openings, hanging from trees, landing on the ground and surrounding shrubs all coming together forming a tightly woven red carpet. This … Continue reading
Introducing a new section to the Volumes & Issues blog entitled (drum roll please)…PEEP THIS… Simply put PEEP THIS…will share Periodical Pages that Peak interest (I’m a big fan of alliteration). From fabrics to fashion, from art to architecture if … Continue reading
This autumn I apparently have tailoring on my mind. It all started when my housemate got a new job. Then she started sewing, so we had to, of course, go fabric shopping. While I know there are many fine places … Continue reading
Welcome to Volumes & Issues, a blog maintained by the Periodicals department in the Library at the Fashion Institute of Technology, bringing news of ideas, events, and publications from our collections.