Tiny Felt Creatures Dabble in Leather Culture and Business Casual
Polish artist Misz Ajdacki left behind a life in finance to make his little anthropomorphic animals from wool.
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I'm the Only Latina Working for the Arkansas House of Representatives
"As a Mexican immigrant, who moved to Arkansas at the age of five, I have some pretty strong opinions [...] but I have to remain nonpartisan."
Lilia Hernandez Galusha
What Makes an Immigrant? These Floral Paintings Seek an Answer
Jet Martinez tackles immigration, culture, and the handmade object in his new solo show.
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Ziggy Stardust's Daughter Is Alive and Living in Nashville | #50StatesofArt
Talking to Juliana Horner about her unfettered creative output—designs, drawings, performances, photography, makeup videos, and everything in between.
'Machines' Shows Us We're Not Past Industrial Squalor
It's just that the Western world has pushed it somewhere else
How to Rescue Fashion Before It Self-Destructs | Conservation Lab
Style may be eternal, but your synthetic clothing? Not so much.
Shocking Woven Tapestries Expose Sex, Violence, and Death in America
Erin M. Riley’s new exhibition threads a fascinating look at the modern world.
World-Class Quilt Artist Libby Lehman Is Auctioning Her Remaining Works
Bidding on certain items starts as high as $25,000.
'Snuggies for the Revolution’ Are the Coziest Way to Fight the Power
Johannah Herr is using the sleeved blanket to make anti-capitalism marketable.
Duchamp's Urinal Is a Lot Funnier in Felt
Jenne Giles spins a urinal, a bunny, and a bloodied tampon out of traditional textiles.
An Artist's Alter Ego Brings Otherworldly Textiles to Life
A Chilean creative producer is using an alter ego to call attention to the importance of handmade garments.
Lisa Simpson and Henri Matisse Buddy Up Across Organic Linen
Pop culture hits master art in these textile displays of iconography.