Points of Departure
Phillip March Jone's collection of roadside memorial polaroids is a stark visual demand that we stop and see. These images capture the markers left for loved ones lost, which most of us drive past in our hurried lives, never seeing or thinking twice about the departed they commemorate. Polaroid film, a natural choice for Jones, lends an ethereal, dated, yet momentary feel to the work. Read our interview with Jones on our Journal here.Quantity
Textile Futures: Fashion, Design, and Technology by Bradley Quinn highlights works from designers who practice in a range of materials to create technological, social, spatial, and sustainable experiences. Read about Natalie’s work in the chapter on Sustainability under “Weaving Social Links”. Innovative and futuristic—and an easy read—this book focuses on fashion and design, complete with imagery of examples.Quantity
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How to Catch a Frog
Filled with stories of love, family, and dysfunction, How To Catch A Frog and Other Stories of Family, Love, Dysfunction, Survival and DIY is written by our friend Heather Ross. This quirky book is overflowing with helpful hints and how-tos, and features a review by Natalie on the back cover.Quantity