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Cotton yarn, Loopy yarn, Wool yarn, T-shirt yarn

Macrame, Tapestry, Felting

Inspired by the glory of Ancient Egyptian civilization. During the new kingdom era, Egypt became a very prosperous country and peaked its glory. This artwork represents Egypt's cultural wealth and luxury through clothing inspired by the goddess Hathor. Hathor is one of ancient Egypt's goddesses described as the "leader of the west" who welcomes the dead people to the next life. The color yellow and red dominates the artwork as a manifestation of perfection, eternity, and protector of Egyptian society in the "after death" life. The pattern is arranged symmetrically with geometric shapes that apply the method of Egyptian arranging ornaments, which is systematically and seems rigid.

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Rachmania Sukma Anjani



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