The Invisible Hand of Raylene Marasco: Fashioning Design Miracles Daily--and Discreetly--at Dye-Namix

Hubbell, Leesa
January 2004
Surface Design Journal;Winter2004, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents a corporate profile for Dye-Namix. The company is owned by Raylene Marasco who got her Bachelor of Fine Arts in fiber/sculpture at the Philadelphia College of the Arts in Pennsylvania. She works her surface design magic along with a small staff competent artists and few key free-lance specialists. According to her, they help designers transform their concept into reality. The company has developed shibori prints for Jill Stuart, batik prints for Katayone Adeli and a non-repeating florals for Marc Jacobs.


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