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The Nature of Sivan Royz

July 25, 2011

Sivan Royz is a student studying textiles at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv. Her beautiful work, which comprises accessories like bags and wearable pieces, is influenced by nature and multicellular forms and is reminiscent of shells and living forms. Their structure is created through an extensive layering of laser cut silk […]

Sivan Royz is a student studying textiles at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv. Her beautiful work, which comprises accessories like bags and wearable pieces, is influenced by nature and multicellular forms and is reminiscent of shells and living forms. Their structure is created through an extensive layering of laser cut silk pieces and a string keeping them attached. Each piece is evenly coloured with a slight shade of dark tones created by the laser cut reacting and slightly burning the silk.

Photo by Sivan Royz

Image by Sivan Royz

Image by Sivan Royz

Image by Sivan Royz

Image by Sivan Royz

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