Best Graduates of 2012 (#21)

By exposing a print of a Pantone color chart on textile to water, Aliki van der Kruijs created a new, amorphous range of colors.

Sandberg Instituut Amsterdam, MA Applied Arts

Not only did Aliki van der Kruijs invent a new method – ‘hydrography’– for making colourful, hypnotically patterned fabrics with the use of (artificial) rain; she also designed a sleek book that documents the entire process.

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