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In order to think about mark making I revisited some of my textile module, when I had explored lots of different ways of making marks.

 

I reminded myself of the aspects of mark making that I had found very satisfying, this could be categorised as

  • marks with bleach

    bleach on ink

    bleach on ink

  • marks made by stains

    random marks from drying teabags

    random marks from drying teabags

  • marks made by rubbings

    rubbings

    rubbings

  • marks made by coptic markers on material, involving bleed through.voile
  • marks made by printing.

    printing off fabrics

    printing off fabrics

  • using stitch to make marks

    using stitching as mark making

    using stitching as mark making

I explored marks with pencils and other mediums and on different surfaces

marks on shiny surface

marks on shiny surface

One consistent finding was to always look at the reverse side as I often preferred that to the front.

 

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