ARCASHA (in the greek mythology – Arcas (/ˈɑ:rkəs) was a hunter who was remembered for having taught people the arts of weaving and baking bread ) is a line of textiles, a studio that merge the worlds of design and fine art, developed by textile designer Cristina Mocan . The work is created by employing a variety of traditional techniques, digital technologies and contemporary explorations with textiles and handwritten texts within the concept of Wabi-Sabi, which honors the interplay between beauty, simplicity and imperfection.
We image and design each work in our atelier in Cluj, Romania. Our projects incorporate calligraphy, embroidery, manual printing, sewing or digital printing. Continuous research and self-initiated projects inspire and nurture commissions, collaborative work and limited-collections.
The projects explore and create textiles that dress stories and spaces in the worlds of interiors, fashion, stationery.
This website is just an overview of our capabilities, so please let us know your special request.