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#2 Farm & Flower Soap / Natural Dyeing

Saponi, Fiori e Profumi. Arte Naturale Tintoria, colori ed incanto. Giovani donne, due “progetti creativi” dal sapore antico, letti in una chiave moderna.

Worlds end farm. Sarah & Eric immersi nelle campagne, una fattoria nella contea di Montgomery, NY crescono fiori e producono saponi. Un luogo dove progettisti floreali, agricoltori e appassionati si riuniscono per imparare l’uno e dall’altro a produrre cose belle, insieme. Il progetto si chiama Worlds end farm e qui il programma Apprendista in fattoria.

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I bellissimi Saponi e Candele at Saipua

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Traveling Miles Studio abbraccia ed esplora l’arte e l’alchimia delle tinture naturali lavoro”tattile ed effimero”.

Kenya Miles è l’artista e alchimista dietro Traveling Miles Studio. Dalle valli di Oaxaca, in Messico alle strade in terra rossa di Ntonso, Ghana, Kenya peregrinato per anni ha appreso in tutto il mondo l’arte tintoria. Utilizzando materiali sostenibili, il suo lavoro onora antiche pratiche artigiane.

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[Credits: Worldscend farm, Saipua, Traveling Miles Studio ]

 


English Version

Soaps, Flowers and Fragrances. Art Natural Dyeing, color and charm. Young women, two “creative projects” antique flavor, read in a modern key.

Worlds End farm. Sarah & Eric immersed in the countryside, a farm in the county of Montgomery, NY grow flowers and produce soaps. A place where floral designers, farmers and enthusiasts come together to learn from each other and to produce beautiful things together. The project is called Worlds End farm and here the program Apprentice farm. And the beautiful soaps and candles at Saipua.

Traveling Miles Studio embraces and explores the art and the alchemy of natural dyes work “tactile and ephemeral.” Kenya Miles is the artist and alchemist behind Traveling Miles Studio. From the valleys of Oaxaca, Mexico to the streets in the red earth of Ntonso, Ghana, Kenya wandered for years around the world has learned the art of dyeing. Using sustainable materials, his work honors ancient practices artisan.

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