The Work of Gabriele Wilson

I’ve just added a whole slew of work by Gabriele Wilson. It’s been a long time coming and I’m very pleased with all the additions.

A couple specific notes from Gabriele on textiles:

The Poetry Society of America Chapbooks: textiles come from everywhere. It’s a combination of textiles that I have found, some I have drawn or created myself, a good amount are from Textile Designs by Susan Meller and Joost Eiffers, many are wallpaper and fabric samples that I have collected, and more recently the illustrator Leanne Shapton and the English textile designer Neisha Crosland gave us use their textile designs.

The Edith Wharton textiles were found art that are meant to look as close as possible to the original text’s endpapers.”

You can see more of Gabriele’s work at her Design:Related page.



August 6th, 2009 by Pieratt

2 Responses to “The Work of Gabriele Wilson”

  1. Great addition. It must be hard keeping this archive updated. I know that there are many designers not featured or with very few covers featured for the ones that are included. Thanks for keeping it updated and fresh.

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