Creating Weather patterns can be documented in tangible records It has been a long-standing practice for crafters, designers, and others who are interested in visual documentation of the effects of climate change over time. Daniera ter Haar (The Netherlands-based studio) and Christoph Brach (Eindhoven, The Netherlands based studio). Raw Color, join this endeavor with their new collection of knitted goods that embed data about temperature changes, the sea’s rising levels, and emissions directly within their products’ patterns.
Each design shows the duo translating data from the IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (or IPCC) into colorful, line graphics that represent four possible outcomes of the world in the year 2100. The title Temperature Textiles Warm shades are used by sea level, while the ocean uses cool blues, purples and greens. Emissions use a combination of both, to see the changes.
Raw Color shares more details about the data behind Temperature Textiles On Its siteYou can also visit www. Shop the wide selection of flat and double knits. Follow the studio’s instructions Instagramto keep up-to-date with its latest designs. (via Design Milk)
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