Here you find an overview of all FUN issues. Click on the cover to see more!
The summer issue comes with colorful variation of many topics of felt making. Great artists opened her studios for the »verFilzt Und zugeNäht« and let us see their latest designs as for example fashion, bags and more. The FUN felting journey goes all the way to Africa, where a felting project creates felted
cushions that can be bought from all over the world. A buyers guide for useful felting tools, book reviews and educational articles are some of the other highlights of this summer issue. → more
Our new spring issue will certainly make all felters’ hearts leap! New artists’ portraits tell you about their impressive crafts and working techniques, and we hope to provide a lot of motivation to try some of these out for yourself. The »gleanings« are concerned with the highlights of the latest felting events and courses. Directly from Paris we in-
form you about the exhibition »Felted Dreams«, from the German city of Coburg you will learn about the great success of yet another show, »KUNSTimPULS«. → more
This issue offers a curiousity: A man in the felters’ scene! We’re talking about the American designer Horst, who made the palm sander his trademark. Andrea Noeske-Porada needs structure and estimates a thorough technical basis as the prerequisites for a flexible and free working process. Doris Breuer
preferred scooping inspirations while taking trips abroad before she finally settled down in Austria. The exchange and co-operation with her fellow-artisans keep her creativity alive. → more
In this issue, everything is about changes. Change as camouflage is a topic, the Russian artist Tatiana Sheverda thinks about. In her design, she exhibits the »chameleon-like« human nature. A side glance on fashion’s history also shows how essential adaptation was in order not to be excluded from society.
Read more about this issue in our article about the exhibition »Attraction and Shame« in Augsburg. → more
We deal with screenprinting on felt and make a visit at »manomama«, where clothes and accessories are produced organically and socially acceptable.
We report from a workshop in Argentina which was visited by eager participants
from all over South America. → more
Since we consider the topic important, we discussed the problem of »copyright« in textile arts and asked renowned felters to answer questions such as: Why copy? Who does it? And what, actually, is a copy?
In our artists' portraits you read about span >
Catrin Porsiel, Susanne Kämper, Andrea Ramsauer, Elvira Altdorf, Corinna Nitschmann, Kerstin Bennier, Fernwaerme. → more