Here I have two laser-cut designs layered upon each other, and then onto a flat piece of fabric. The pink PVC-type fabric on top has large flowers cut out of it, whilst the blue satin fabric below features smaller flowers with geometic shapes, that represent urban buildings. The idea was to juxtapose urban life with rural countryside. (In my final project I just focused on the latter).
Here is a stranger mix of urban and rural life. I tried mixing up different fabrics to see what would happen to the overall effect of the samples.
The satin fabrics worked extremely well with the laser cutter... so incredibly satisfying.
The laser-cutter man kindly kept all the bits that were cut out of the designs for me, which I used on other samples. It was extremely fiddly trying to stick 2mm squares down!
Rabbit, leaves and flowers... oh, and some more teeny weeny squares!