Commissioned by Brooklyn's Fisher Parrish Gallery for their inaugural show - a paperweight design consisting of 3 intersecting forms and materials. CNC Milled Marine-Grade Fir Plywood, Cast Resin, Blackened Steel.
This coffee table is part of a larger series of experimental furniture pieces meant to comment on/toy with relationships of how people use their furniture. The series started by creating a set of dining tables for tight NY spaces and multiple people in different arrangements. This is table is one of a new series of coffee tables meant to be used by people seated on a chair and the floor. The materials are a-typical for furniture. The custom terrazzo tile when combined with the Marine grade fir plywood create a high/low juxtaposition. Inquire for pricing/availability.
The Cellular Throw blanket is the result of a collaboration with Textile Design Company DittoHouse. The Cellular Throw features organic shapes that are overlaid onto a rigid grid. Within the salmon colored shapes, the grid pattern subtly changes from black to navy blue. The Cellular Throw is knitted in the USA with sustainable fibers.
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Artist Sheryl Oring commissioned this project to create an arch for her new exhibition at the McCormack Freedom Museum in Chicago’s Tribune Building.
The design is composed of just over 3000 self-fastening folded plastic modules. The pieces are scripted to seamlessly transition in scale/orientation; i.e. every component is unique.
Contributors: Ajmal Aqtash, Erin Bartling , DJ Kim, Erik Martinez, Roger Reichard , Richard Sarrach, Wendy Tang, and Peter VanHage
A series of table lamps to be used singularly or in a set that incorporate heavy construction materials with lines of light. Geometric forms of terrazzo, concrete and blackened steel integrate with warm white neon tubes lit in series. The name is derived from the masculine look, the Argon gas in the tubes, and the aggregate in the terrazzo.
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Inspired by the weaves and folds of fabrics, I created a series of patterns to be digitally printed onto fabrics. Up close, they are finely detailed with linework reminiscent of a topography. From further away, the flat fabric seems to pucker and fold. Each of these is for sale on a variety of fabrics, including organic cotton, canvas, and silk. Please contact me for ordering/details.