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Selvedge #106

238 x 238 mm, 96 pages
London, UK
Published bimonthly
Founder & editor: Polly Leonard

Selvedge celebrates textiles and cloth from historical and contemporary standpoints, with a practical and inspirational edge too.

This is the ‘Cloth & Identity' issue: 'Ostensibly, a flag is a piece of cloth onto which meaning is projected. They can mean different things to different people: a symbol of both love and hate, and both freedom and oppression. Flags can unite, divide, and even terrorise. In this issue, we explore how a piece of cloth has been transformed into one of the most powerful symbols in our cultural repertoire.'

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