A print-maker and a painter came together in Brooklyn, NY back in 2007 and began a collaboration that has evolved from water-colored etchings to the painted serigraphy you see today. Sharing a common obsession with working with their hands and the resulting escape into imagination, the two maintained their studio practice through many life changes and creative tangents. Through the years, their work was supported at the grassroots level in local craft fairs and various street art festivals. Meanwhile, this process of sharing their work with the public has been a tremendous inspiration in the direction that their practice has gone.
That direction has been simple: to make work that strikes a chord in our hearts and celebrates the places we come from while remaining vibrant, memorable, one-of-kind, and 100% handmade at an affordable price.
Currently on Sale at...
The National Building Museum, Hudson & Crane, Brooklyn Artery, The Eastern Market, and ETSY.