Another place you can nab our lights in physical reality: SAM Shop, the shop at the Seattle Art Museum. Take a peek next time you’re downtown! This is our biggest batch ever, and while we feel a little dizzy and a lot humbled, we’re also v.… Read More
After reading this Barthes line, my imagination went nuts, splashing his words with watercolor and building the following scene:
‘Rescind yourself,’ life mandates in its soothing, raspy voice.
‘No,’ you respond, firmly.
The bottom of your feet start to tickle. You feel extinction’s eraser working softly.… Read More
Hey y’all, the holiday season is ‘a comin, and we’re jazzed to say that we’ll be participating in Renegade Craft’s Seattle Holiday Fair! Renegade started in our old neighbor, good ol’ Chicago, and has grown to include shows in cool-ass cities across the U.S (+ a show in London).… Read More
I’ve had 7 studio spaces in my life.
1. The floor of my teenage bedroom, half-way in the closet with a shade-less lamp. I would spill paint on the carpet and cut it out with scissors (sorry mom.) I would work after everyone else went to bed, staying up through the wee hours of the morning drawing not very good surrealist pictures and pasting together maybe-pretty-dope-still collages.… Read More
The strangeness of materials, how molecules get moved around and re-stirred and stuck with other molecules to make new things that have new jobs that take up space and perform certain duties. Paper is trees and glass is sand and a human hair is stronger than steel but buildings are not made out of hair beams.… Read More
We’re excited to say that New England folks can now get our lanterns in person at Hauswitch Home + Healing in Salem, Mass. Woo! Hauswitch is run by Erin, who, in addition to running a brick and mortar focused on good vibe-y home stuff, makes really rad magic kits for the home and does design consultations to help people heal the energy in their houses.… Read More
Got a bunch of night lights a million years ago, with the intention of making some cutwork studies. Got around to it, into the result. Layers of balsa, which is flimsy and soft and easy to cut, a xerox transfer I made in my basement in college, and some handmade paper I found in a trailer here on our land.… Read More