Caroline Rose Kaufman graduated from Pratt Institute in 2014. Her graduate collection featured her whimsical illustrations as prints, chunky pom poms, crochet detailing and a mustard yellow KNIT bomber jacket. What’s not to love?
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Annie Strachan lives and works in London. Her work has been exhibited throughout the UK and in Vienna. She uses a range of materials in her work from ceramics and self adhesive vinyl to found objects and fabric. Annie makes sculptures sometimes described as totemic structures because of the way they are constructed.
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Twice is an art direction and graphic design studio based in Paris created by Fanny Le Bras and Clémentine Berry.
**All images are from www.wearetwice.com
Ben Sanders is an artist from Los Angeles born in 1989. He lives and works in L.A.
He also founded a collective called Those People.
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The work of Jacqueline Humphries.
**All images are from www.greenenaftaligallery.com
OTTO is a New-York based design company founded by Roula Nassar. To see more from OTTO, click here.
Adriano Costa was born in 1975 in Sao Paulo, city where lives and works. He has participated in numerous exhibitions, including “Imagine Brazil”, Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo, Norway (2013/2014); “Correspondências”, Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Sao Paulo (2013); “Convite à Viagem”, Rumos Artes Visuais, Itaú Cultural, Sao Paulo (2012/2013); “April”, Sadie Coles HQ, London (2013); “Time Space Poker Face”, Be-Part, Waregen (2013) and “Mythologies”, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (2011). He had solo shows as ”Mar Morto Provisório”, Galerie Krinzinger, Wien; “Crisis doesn’t matter if you love me”, Nuno Centeno, Porto; “Plantation”, Mendes Wood DM, Sao Paulo and Programa Anual de Exposições, Centro Cultural São Paulo, Sao Paulo.
Abang is an illustrator and visual designer based in Seoul, South Korea.
Bunny Rogers was born in Houston, Texas in 1990. She is a Capricorn. Her family staged a Neopets intervention in 2001. She graduated from Parsons in 2012. Her work permits a poetic appraisal of the construction of self through various media – childhood, adolescence, young adulthood – working between both fictional and virtual worlds. Yet it is always particularly her self that is the subject of the work – even indirectly – building an evocative, feminist critique of the construction of identity. -r u still down?
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“Negative Entropy is a series of abstract woven portraits. These works are simultaneously images and material records of their own production. The subjects are aging factories using industrial textile Jacquard looms (a precursor to digital technology) and server colocation centers that comprise today’s cloud computing infrastructure.
Mika Tajima recorded production sounds at several locations in manufacturing areas of Pennsylvania, once a booming industrial region, which included a few remaining textile-related factories in the area as well as a data center network in Philadelphia.
The recordings were then transmuted into digital image files, and then physically translated by a weaving designer into a Jacquard fabric. The final woven textiles were stretched over custom acoustic panels to function as sound deadening tiles, the same type used in recording studios to isolate sounds made by individual performers. The looms inscribe their own death, producing a mute visualization of vacant factories and the ascendant industry of immaterial abstractions.
The locations are Edward J. Darby & Son, Inc., Langhorne Carpet Co. Inc., Caledonian Dye Works, Inc., Material Technology & Logistics, Inc., and Philadelphia Technology Park.
These works were made in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop as part of the Artist-in-Residence program.”
**All images and text are from mikatajima.com/