Written by artist Anni Albers, this book covers the art of weaving, its history, tools and techniques, and its relation to modern design. With a focus on the hand-made, embracing human creativity, Albers discusses how technology and mass production can limit the creative process. Pages include hand drawn diagrams, textile details, and examples of the artist’s work. A comprehensive view on Albers’ woven works and the importance of handcraft.
Hardcover, 272 pages. Measures 9” x 11 ½”. Published by Princeton University Press. Written Anni Albers.