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Stitching is a really crazy alternative printing photography process

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Company Ercigoj contacted me if I want to be involved in the new printing process, that is stitching. They developed some kind of hi-tech CNC computer guided sewing machine. I never heard about that so of course I’ve was very interested. I’ve sent them two files and after:

50 working hours,
826.920 stitches,
7.000 meters of thread,
of 21 different threads,
the picture size 116x39cm was done!

The result is amazing. I’m sorry because the scan or reproduction of the print can’t show true quality of three dimensional material that thread is. Nevertheless with zooming in details, you can imagine how does it feel like in real. I’m publishing few more pictures from their gallery. More info on the procedure you can see on their site or write them an email.

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  1. čak mal, to je vezenje?? Al samo 1. april??

    tamino7

    1 April, 2012 at 00:15

  2. Ja, to je vezenje, v bistvu isti princip kot se naredijo našitki. Zanimivo kaj ne?
    B5

    Borut Peterlin

    1 April, 2012 at 08:20

  3. čudovita slika, še bolj lepa je v živo

    L5 čudovita slika, še bolj lepa je v živo

    1 April, 2012 at 09:47

  4. Hello,
    tudi mi na NTF – OT (Oddelek za tekstilstvo, obikovanje in grafiko) delamo podobne zadeve na žakarske statve,
    gre za tkanje vzorcev, lahko tudi fotografij na računalniško vodenih statvah, ponavadi fotografijo obdelamo in potem stkemo portret z uporabo prej različnih barv. Efekti so zanimivi, slike so rahlo 3D.
    Obstaja po še ena možnost, da se blago – canvas, napelje na tiskalnik in se naprinta slika na blago, izgleda kot narisana slika na platno – tudi zanimivo. Najlepše pa so slike naprintane na svilo , ker so barve bleščeče.
    Pozdrav
    Marica

    meri007

    2 April, 2012 at 11:11

  5. Marica, vezenje in tkanje sta precej različni tehniki. V vezenju je namreč možno spreminjati smeri vbodov, gostote, možno je nanašati plasti barv eno na drugo in s tem delati barvne prelive. Tkanje, kjer nitke potekajo samo v dveh smereh (X in Y) je v tem oziru razmeroma omejeno.
    Vas pa vabim, da si vezenje pridete ogledat k nam v Ljubljani (naslov najdete na linku v Borutovem prispevku). Žal digitalna fotografija na spletu niti približno ne pričara pravega občutka vezenine – zadevo je res treba videti v živo ;)

    Jure - Ercigoj

    2 April, 2012 at 13:50

  6. Gay.

    jc

    2 April, 2012 at 15:02

  7. Really? No comments after that? Nothing? Well…unbeknownst to me…I have an exhibition in SLAVONIA! Check it out:

    http://www.kinosiska.si/sl/dogodki/razstave-in-film/2012-04-23/notranje_razseljevanje_identiteta_in_novi_narodi/506/

    jc

    5 April, 2012 at 09:14

  8. You’re such a vegetarian, man!

    Borut Peterlin

    5 April, 2012 at 21:25


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