Students Tufts for Tits

During october every year hundreds of persons wear a rose band that signifies support to the fight against brest cancer. Two students from the School of Textiles in Borås in Sweden: Edith Carefalk and Ida Linde, has been chosen to interpret the rose band of last year in the project they call ‘Tufta för Tuttar’ which translates to Tufting for Tits.

Young Artists and designers have been asked to interpret the rose band of the Cancer Foundation. This happens in order to celebrate the 10 year jubilee of the rose band.

Why did you get committed in this exhibition?

-With our work we wish to support the fight against brest cancer and show a new exciting side of what textile design can be. We applied for ’10 Rose Years’ because we thought it was a fun initiative in a good cause.

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The works are for sale during the exhibition and the outcome will go to the Cancer Foundation.

The exhibition is shown on Nau Gallery in Stockholm, Sweden between october 1st and 1oth. At the exhibition will ten students show of their works.

Here are some of the results: Tufta for Tuttor

Sept 2015 Source

 

 

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