Works

Kadi Adrikorn, MA 2 (fashion design), PH INDICATOR APRON

PH INDICATOR APRON gains inspiration from theproperty of magna doodles on which it is possibleto write, delete and rewrite the content over andover again. After experimentation with a numberof materials, the colour ...

Anne Raux, BA 3, MEMOLIGHT

MEMOLIGHT is inspired bythe idea of a camera thatfixes a moment by printing an image on paper. Thisscarf generates a uniquecolourful pattern based onthe amount of light and thelength of time it is ...

Kadi Kibbermann, MA 2, DYNAMO COAT

This coat gains inspiration from how a bicycle dynamo functions by converting the mechanical motion of the rotating wheel into electrical motion with the use of magnet. LEDs embedded in the coat are illuminated when the ...

Kristiina Veinberg, BA 3, MYCOBUOY™

MYCOBUOY™ is a floating structure that is grown from mycelium, sawdust and woodchips. MYCOBUOY™ offers an alternative to non-biodegradable materials, such as polystyrene, which are widely used in our water ...

Gita Siimpoeg, Helen Grass, BA 3, BeeG

BeeG is a skin and earth friendly material for effect makeup. It is made of natural ingredients and is easy to remove. BeeG is flexible, elastic, shapeable, colourable, water resistant, non-toxic and re-meltable. It does not stick to most ...

Liisa Aid, Jette Heinlo, Katrin Kabun, MA, FOREST LIFE

FOREST LIFE is an eco-friendly travel kit for preschool children made of bamboo fabric. Gaining inspiration from matryoshka dolls, the kit consists of multi-functional puppets: a key pouch, a mobile phone bag, a pencil ...

Mathilde Roch-Penet, BA 3, HAND-CUSHION

HAND-CUSHION is a sensory prop designed for calming an intellectually disabled adult and supporting his or her cognitive learning. When both hands are inserted in the prop, the person can feel comfort and ...

Jana Roopa, Svetlana Todurova, BA 3, therapeutic props for Tallinn Support Centre Juks

The multi-activity board is created for the living room of the Tallinn Support Centre Juks that houses intellectually disabled adults. Composed of three panels, this board offers a number of activities ...

Imbi Ilves, Liisa Aid, Tanja Kuusik, Stella Kalkun, Kristel Laurits, Inna Beinar, Luise Wonneberger, Svetlana Todurova, BA 3, interactive teaching and therapeutic props for Tallinn Children’s Hospital

These teaching and therapeutic props are designed for children with multiple disabilities, using innovative textile materials and solutions. The development of the props are based on theoretical knowledge and research carried ...

Svetlana Todurova, BA 3, SCREEN jacquard woven textiles on TC-1 loom

This project gains inspiration from fine historical lace featured in an exhibition in Italy. Matt and shiny white yarns interlace each other to create a pattern that plays with light and shadow. tutor: Merilin ...

Maria Teng, BA 3, JUMPING JACK 2.0

The subject of the work is about dancing in the forest under the full moon to shake off your frustration. The intention is to create a three dimensional moving panel from drawings to refer to the idea of moving yourself or ...

Terje Salupuu, MA thesis THE STORY OF WIRE TEXTILE

Metal wire is knitted to construct the wire textiles that are intended for interior lighting solutions.tutor: Maile Grünberg 2014 

Irina Gross, MA thesis LADYBUGS

This bedlinen collection is designed for preschool children to learn about nature. The printed patterns provide scientific information about ladybugs in an attractive manner.tutor: Kadi Pajupuu 2016 

Annika Kangur, MA thesis, WOVEN TEXTILE COLLECTION VISUALIZING BRAINWAVES

This woven textile collection gains inspiration from frequency. The dimension of frequency here is extended to periodic waveform phenomena such as the electrical impulses in brain activities, or brainwaves. The eight woven ...

Mari Seger, BA 2, COHABITATION industrially woven textile collection

tutors: Nithikul Nimkulrat, Imbi Ilves2016

Svetlana Todurova, BA 2, GROWTOPIA

‘Nature’ and ‘city’ are two contrasting types of environment that are growing into each other. Cities become larger through time, constantly devouring the surrounding forests and fields. Nature enclosed in the ...

Marit Nõmmik, BA 3, ORGANITY

ORGANITY is inspired by macro imagery of plants. Based on a hand drawing of plant cells, an endless repeating pattern is developed and printed digitally onto a length of fabric, part of which is finalized by hand ...

Ilona Tell, BA 2 printed fabric for ‘MAX’ sofa

Designed in cooperation with Mang OÜ, an Estonian furniture company, for a sofa named ‘MAX’, the pattern of this hand-printed fabric follows the shape of dartboards to reflect a strong and distinct style of the sofa and the ...

Kristiina Veinberg, BA 2, WELCOME, interactive printed textile 

tutors: Krista Leesi, Piret Valk, Ott Pilipenko, James Connor 2014

Elisabetta Silvestri, BA 3 (fashion design) ARLET_ARtificial Landscape Experimental Textile

The works of photographers Matthieu Venotand Matthias Heiderich inspire the translationof abstract geometric images of architecturalconstructions into three-dimensional graphicalpatterns made of soft materials ...

Helen Grass, BA 3, SCORCHING THE WITCH

Consisting of a 2-metre long dress and a cape made of 1,300 matches, SCORCHING THE WITCH is inspired by the witch trials in the 15th-16th century. During this period, witches had to hide their true being by not revealing their ...

Svetlana Todurova, BA 3, DREAMCATCHER

Tapestry weaving is a very tactile and cognitive process. The selection of materials, including their thicknesses, colours and textures, and the process of weaving itself can be extremely pleasant and inspiring. In this ...

Pamela Peepson, BA 3 AUTUMN

Autumn aims to find a new use for tapestry, resulting in a tapestry bomber jacket for men that mixes old traditions with new techniques. The pattern gains inspiration from geometric motives resembling elements found in nature, such as ...

Liina Leo, BA 2 WOVEN SNEAKERS, industrially woven textile collection

tutors: Nithikul Nimkulrat, Imbi Ilves 2015

Helen Grass, BA 2 TAIGA, woven textile collection

tutors: Nithikul Nimkulrat, Imbi Ilves 2015