A glance into an artist’s work wardrobe will quickly reveal what’s in the making. The paint splatters, scraps of yarn, and sawdust on an artist’s workwear reveal the materials, colors, and shapes of their creative process. What image does an artist’s workwear portray? Issue No. 7 explores the clothing worn in creative studios and ateliers. The garments featured in this issue show a variety of functional and expressive sewing patterns. All patterns come in 9 sizes from bust width 31” / 78cm to 57.5” /
TAUKO Magazine is a pioneering independent print publication for home sewists around the world. The vast horizon of crafts, culture and climate is featured in sewing patterns, interviews, columns, articles, tips and recommendations by international contributors.
TAUKO is a 128-page collectable that measures in at 275mm high x 215mm wide. There are four folded paper pattern sheets included with the magazine. It is printed in Estonia with a glue and stitch binding to secure durability and easy reading.
Carly Dean, Annukka Lahti, Madeline Southwick, Emily Klug, Hedvig Rivó, Magdalena Neuhauser, Kaisa Rissanen, Eli Clavreul, Alex Schaufele, Bren larsen and Mila Moisio
Articles, essays and columns:
Creating Workwear for Artists and crafters
Words & photography by Shogo Hirata
The Art of mismatched Wool Socks Interview with Anu Tuominen
Photography by Anu Tuominen & Jukka Siltanen
Redressing the Image of the Artist: Women Negotiating Fashion in the Studio
Words by Victoria Rose Pass
What Artists Wear
Words & photography by Katrina Rodabaugh
Craft letters: From Ghent with love
Words & photography by Maya Jacobs