Colourful ribbons combine for a dynamic effect.

Ribbon fringe for Forza bravery medal

Here are some detail photos of the textile fringe for the Forza bravery medal, as it was being assembled in the studio. The textiles are mostly vinyl mill end rolls or otherwise post industry, end of line, left over after manufacture, etc. The fabrics include uphostery vinyl lederette, rip-stop luggage nylon, roller blinds, and silver foil wallpaper. These strips of fabric were then sewn to cardboard and clipped under the medal. The sculpture was being … >> read more

Black and purple geometric fabric scraps arranged into a robot monster.

Crystal King Scrappy was composed of actual scraps

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”5298″ img_size=”full”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Crystal King Scrappy really was composed from scraps. During the cutting of the shapes for the Polytopia sculpture, the pieces were often cut from many layers of fabric at once which resulted in many scraps that were identical and often in mirror shapes. We did an exercise we sometimes do in which I passed pairs of shapes to Marc and he arranged them as they were handed to him – he didn’t … >> read more

Happy Sleepy won the competition for the Artist Project front entrance installation

We are very happy to announce that our entry was chosen for this year’s front entrance installation at the Artist Project art fair. The installation space is an 11 foot tall, 100 foot long wall that we will be covering with giant vinyl banners with paintings hung in the radiating centres. The art fair runs from 18 to 21 February 2016. What do you think? Are you coming out to the fair?