India was the earliest major center for the production and processing of indigo and was valued as a luxury product. Because of its high value as a trading commodity, indigo was often referred to as blue gold. In the 19th century the demand of indigo was so high, that many farmers were forced to cultivate...Continue Reading
Various artists and designers at the DDW 2019 have been exploring the use of natural dyes as an alternative for the polluting colours from the textile industry. An almost forgotten ancient tradition, which is still very much alive in India.Continue Reading
Hannah Kindler invites you for the presentation of the handwoven and hand-dyed indigo scarves she made last year in India. On view at Capsicum from 30th June – 23 July 2018 at Oude Hoogstraat 1, 1012 CD Amsterdam.Continue Reading
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