Stardust

Kinross Wolaroi School

Rosanna Flatau


"My textiles major project, ‘Stardust’, was inspired by the universe and how everything came from mainly two atoms, hydrogen and helium, symbolising how everything’s connected."

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"I used twin needling in the seams of the garment and around the laser cut waistband to create more stability. To prevent any bubbling in the folded over hem I twin needled the base. It was used for aesthetic purposes with creating a clean edge around the neckline."

"To create the three-dimensional structure on the back of my garment, I silk painted abstract versions of the universe onto organic shaped silk to resemble the movement of objects in space. I used rock salts to add sparked effects to look like stars and bound the edges with wire."

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