Designer Andrea Hughes Launches a New Muslin Backdrops Website

New York, New York (PressExposure) September 13, 2011 -- Muslin Backdrops, the new website covers information on muslin backdrops such as how to make your own muslin backdrops, tips on uses for muslin backdrops as well as photography practices and designs for the material.

The website covers information on the following products:

• Muslin backdrops
• Photography backdrops
• Muslin photography backdrops

Muslin backdrops are loosely-woven fabric that is generally made of 100 percent cotton materials. Muslin got its origin in the Middle East and was brought to France and Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries by merchants on ships traveling across the Atlantic Ocean.

Muslin photography backdrops are extremely popular with photographers around the world as well as high fashion photographers who like the material because of its sheen and beautiful colors and patterns. The fabric is also used to make beautiful dresses for women throughout the world for the reason that the material is perfect for dry or hot weather and feels as good as the material silk on the skin.

Theaters usually have backdrops as well and use them as 'mood setters'. The backdrops help theatrical scenes become more appealing to watch since they are the ones that give color and life in various scenes of a play. The website also offers informative how to articles about muslin backdrops such as how to paint the backdrops, the wonderful benefits of the material as well as DIY muslin backdrops and facts you must know and other helpful resource about muslin.

MuslinBackdrops.org has gained a loyal following on social media websites such as Facebook and MySpace as well as smaller sites comparable to FriendFeed.com and Twitter. Website visitors have created a community around the site by leaving comments and helping other website visitors with tips and tricks on muslin backdrop design ideas as well as innovative uses for the material.

About Muslin Backdrops

People who work in artistic department of play and theater must be familiar with muslin backdrops [http://www.muslinbackdrops.org/]. Photographers also know about them since they mostly work using the backdrops. Muslin backdrop is very useful when people want to have different kinds of background and setting. It’s a plain cotton fabric – usually woven – in different.

Contact
Andrea Hughes
Muslin Backdrops
1497 N 149th Street
New York, NY 10075
Phone: 215-379-8976
Email: andrea@muslinbackdrops.org
Website: [http://www.muslinbackdrops.org/]

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