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Phillip David Stearns - Deconstruction, Reconfiguration & Extension 14

Glitch Textiles fabric featured in looks from the Dior Cruise 2015 collection. Pattern sources include binary data from iTunes and imagery created with a circuit bet digital camera.

Electronic Textiles by Phillip Stearns - News - Frameweb

Electronic Textiles by Phillip Stearns

Phillip Stearns creatively uses all forms of electronics in his work, often mixing light and sound with traditional techniques such as of weaving

Phillip Stearns, the master of digital textiles - Material Soul

Phillip Stearns, the master of digital textiles - Material Soul

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Textile court-circuité

Fragmented Memory: Glitch Textiles by Phillip Stearns (2013)

Fragmented Memory: Glitch Textiles by Phillip Stearns (2013)

Phillip David Stearns' use of computer glitches have made some incredibly, unique pieces of artwork. The use of line and pattern are so interesting. All these glitches create such interesting compositions.

Hacked Camera Textiles, Phillip Stearns//

Watch: This Guy Makes Textile Patterns by Hacking Cameras to Death

Phillip Stearns has created patterns that emerge when electronics overheat, freeze up, or otherwise crap the bed.

Babaton PHILLIP T-SHIRT | Aritzia

Phillip t-shirt

A minimalist silk-front tee that can be dressed up or down Aritzia

Glitch Art Textiles by Phillip Stearns: Phillip-Stearns-textiles8.jpg

Glitch Art Textiles by Phillip Stearns

At the Textielmuseum's TextielLab in Tilburg, NL | by Phillip Stearns

Glitch Textiles by Phillip David Stearns

Coming soon:  1 Bit Twill  http://GlitchTextiles.com Fabric by Phillip David Stearns  Binary data rendered in bold colors with a classic twill pattern to bind things together. Available soon as fabric by the meter in a selection of compositions (cotton, linen, cashwool, mohair) in double or single layer, and as scarves.  Scarf dimensions: 30cm x 175cm (incl fringe)  Fabric width: 175cm

Coming soon: 1 Bit Twill Fabric by Phillip David Stearns of Glitch Textiles Binary data rendered in bold colors with a classic twill pattern to bind things together. Available soon as fabric by the.

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