Pixelpolly

Neo-folkloristic art & apparel. Hand made and organic

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Announcement    One-of-a-kind pieces made with love. Unique products with a no-waste policy & fair trade leggings. Sustainable manufacturing and consuming consciously. Re-use of materials, little or no stock, waste as little as possible and direct delivery: that is my aim and should be (y)our future! Specialized in recycling textiles, textile printing, unique hand-painted items, knitting, and crochet. Be conscious too! About fair fashion and the toxic ingredients in your life. Find upcycling DIY tuts on www.pixelpolly.com. Pixelpolly is the alias of the Amsterdam-based artist Ageethe Groenendaal, my atelier is open for shopping and workshops. Visits always on appointment.

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Last updated on Apr 4, 2022

One-of-a-kind pieces made with love. Unique products with a no-waste policy & fair trade leggings. Sustainable manufacturing and consuming consciously. Re-use of materials, little or no stock, waste as little as possible and direct delivery: that is my aim and should be (y)our future! Specialized in recycling textiles, textile printing, unique hand-painted items, knitting, and crochet. Be conscious too! About fair fashion and the toxic ingredients in your life. Find upcycling DIY tuts on www.pixelpolly.com. Pixelpolly is the alias of the Amsterdam-based artist Ageethe Groenendaal, my atelier is open for shopping and workshops. Visits always on appointment.

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About Pixelpolly

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On Etsy since 2011

My world of misty shades, funky colors and crazy lines

After a study Pixelpolly a.k.a. Ageethe Groenendaal started painting on textiles. In 1990 her (manual painted) cotton tights known as "Break a leg!" where published in the Dutch ELLE fashion magazine. Soon after that, she would be challenging the canvas with oil paint. It would take more than 10 years and a revolution in textile printing before she would dare to put her crazy-colored designs on fashion again... On the computer. On the moment she is working with waste materials. All info and DIY blogs on www.pixelpolly.com

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