made with vintage KIMONIO (silk) by Junko Maeda

made with vintage KIMONIO (silk) by Junko Maeda - Junko Maeda, I think, is Japanese, but has studied the Korean textile tradition of pojagi, and applies it to her work.

((Junko Oki Woky Shoten inspiration)) What pieces of amazing magic!!!! I am fascinated by each one of these.......strong colors, unique stitchery, done lovingly by hand.....Fabulous!

Junko Oki - Woky Shoten

Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’. Her intricate embro

junko oki

Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’.

"summer dress"  junko oki

Textile Work by Junko Oki using her Wokey Shoten technique.

artpropelled: Junko Oki ,”

artpropelled: Junko Oki ,” The colors; the simplicity. Very dramatic, a little static - but quilting lines could change that.

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