From seasonal Wear Tinctoria offerings to workshops and collaborations, Tinctorium Studio works to connect people with magical plant colors.
Check out past completed projects!
Dinamização final de #GOTinturariaNatural
Taught the final natural dyeing workshop to mark the end of #GOTinturariaNaturals 5-year research project into the potential of natural dyes as an industry in Portugal.
Taught an ecoprinting workshop at the living science museum with the goal of engaging families with the plants of the region. We even made an herbarium of prints from plants growing on the museum grounds.
Wild Fabrics: 5 editions and counting
Immersive workshop taught in partnership with Tamara of Distinto Studio. We bring participants into Monsanto Forest Park (Lisbon's green lung) for a day of foraging, natural tie-dyeing, and ecoprinting.
Wear Tinctoria Spring/Summer '22
A collection of deadstock garments, given a new life through natural dye techniques. This collection focused on combining techniques that highlight the harmony between natural colors.
MAI Kombucha Uniforms
Dyed the MAI Kombucha team's uniforms with indigo, so they could head to summer festivals as a cohesive team (but also unique, conscious, and beautiful). MAI's team and friends came together to make the patterns using simple tie-dye techniques.
Senteiro by Alex Cecchetti
One month in the Italian mountains dyeing 200+ square meters of fabric for artist Alex Ceccheti's Senteiro exhibition under Laura Del'erba's tutilage. Fabrics dyed turned into two yurts and 28 kimonos which traveled from Val Gardenia, Italy to Innsbruck, Austria and will find their permanent home at the Contemporary Art Museum in Bolzano, Italy.
Wear Tinctoria Spring/Summer '21
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An afternoon with friends of +351, giving new life to white shirts from a previous collection through indigo dyeing.
Everything is Welcome by Alex Cecchetti
Technical direction and execution of six dervish skirts (pictured) and 24 hanging panels for Alex Cecchetti's Everything is Welcome exhibition at Casa da Cerca contemporary art museum.
A Garden to Dye For
The studio's first dye garden nestled in the former nursery of the Lisbon municipality. A magical space, hidden away from sight where a dozen dye plants came to life thanks to the help of friends and volunteers.