Today I’m talking to Shogo Hirata and Lisa Roos, two artists behind the cross-cultural weaving collaboration Intertradition. Many of you might have already seen their gorgeous work on Instagram. Shogo is a Japanese textile artist based in Gothernberg, Sweden, and Lisa is a Swedish textile artist based in Stockholm. With Intertradition, they take inspiration from the Swedish weaving and pattern tradition and filter this through a Japanese traditional weaving technique, creating what they call intertraditional fabric. We had a fabulous conversation talking about how this collaboration was born, how they found the mill in Japan that they work with to create their fabric, the 31 steps that go into creating each piece of fabric, and lots more. Comment below to continue the conversation!
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