Have a digital art pattern printed onto a scarf or a throw blanket

Jeff Donaldson, an artist who specializes in creating pieces using digital files, wants to apply the abstract designs of his art to woven textiles in a project called Data Weave.

To create these unique pieces of art, Donaldson works with video equipment and prepares them to display code that transforms into a flourish of wild colors on a screen. These colors jump back and forth as if the device is experiencing an error. As Donaldson continued to hone his craft with coding, he took things a step further and turned them into physical art pieces in the form of textiles. To get these woven scarves and throw blankets to consumers, a Kickstarter campaign was started for Data Weave with a goal of raising $7,500 before September 1.

Data Weave

Jeff Donaldson, an artist who specializes in creating pieces using digital files, wants to apply the abstract designs of his art to woven textiles in a project called Data Weave.

To create these unique pieces of art, Donaldson works with video equipment and prepares them to display code that transforms into a flourish of wild colors on a screen. These colors jump back and forth as if the device is experiencing an error. As Donaldson continued to hone his craft with coding, he took things a step further and turned them into physical art pieces in the form of textiles. To get these woven scarves and throw blankets to consumers, a Kickstarter campaign was started for Data Weave with a goal of raising $7,500 before September 1.