Danielle Hue An Artist With A Social Cause

Posted by Ujagar Singh on 06 Feb 2013 07:23 PM

Danielle Hue is a graduate in international economics and was a business interpreter.Hue has always loved painting and drawing the fruits of her imagination and by 11th grade her sketchbook already contained her first collections of hats.She moved to Scotland to study design and pursued the idea of turning a childhood dream into her livelihood.Now back in China she has produced whimsical hats,under the moniker Kreuz.Here are some of her depictions of a crown of pine trees beside a blue river, a fox snuggled up against an oak tree,a little fawn proudly standing in a lace tutu,a fluffy merino wool elephant with long trunk. She plans to train and hire disabled people and out of work women living in rural areas,a process that would both bring attention to crucial demographics in China and allow her to focus more on developing new designs and one-of-a-kind pieces. The methodology is in teaching handmade techniques, that involve hand processing of the raw wool and other tried and true methods like needle felting and wet felting.

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