Monday’s quick start: Cryptographer & Encoded Textiles by Raw Color


Secret codes bleached into your cotton with hidden messages…it does sound a bit Science Fiction but it is real!

This project: Cryptographer & Encoded Textiles was designed by Dutch collective Raw Color. Daniera ter Haar & Christoph Brach are Raw Color and they work on self initiated and commissioned projects in their Eindhoven based studio.

Cryptographer & Encoded Textiles made it's debut last April at Salone del Mobile 2012. Together with Remon van den EijndenPeter BustBart van der Linden, and Studio Watt, they created a project that was inspired by cryptography or in other words 'code language' which was often used in World War I and II to secure communication and information when in the presence of a third party.

What they developed was a new way to make use of a Cryptographer that generates patterns by translating words into a code, controlled by text messaging making each letter or character transform into a specified icon….                    MORE

I mean how cool is that now you can have your own personal message encoded into a cloth making it extra special to have or to give..

If you want to learn more about this technique I would suggest you take a look hereRawtextiles9



more from Raw Colors is this project above Raw Textiles

..Raw Color  found via Fam. Summerbelle's blog

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Mihaeko

    Cryptographer design is really appealing even without the secret message but what a fun and meaningful bonus!

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