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Because

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I’m going to let this full version with all its beautiful American Southern Blackness live here. I get it, I get her and I am thankful that these visuals exist.

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A Sugar Sphinx in Brooklyn

In Art by Cinnamon McCullum

I had a great time in Williamsburg this past weekend. It’s been a while since I visited that neck of the woods and a close friend and I went on an adventure to see Kara …

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Folk Couture

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Between the intense winter weather, loads of web design work and being sick twice, I just got a chance to make it to the American Folk Art Museum for a guided tour of…

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Oh Bondage! Up Yours!

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I learned about Jeffrey Gibson in a New York Times article from earlier this year. Gibson has a strong Native American background that you’ll see in his work because it is a part of him and he owns it, but he is non-traditional and pushes the envelope by…

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Talking About Big Brother… I Mean Social Media

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Some people have profiles on every social network in existence. Others are cyber ninjas, slinking around with extreme caution. No matter which side of the fence your power strip is on, I am pretty sure thoughts on being monitored bounce around in your head.

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Street Art by SPIDERTAG

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Came across this really neat fiber artist in an interview on StreetArtNYC.org. SPIDERTAG is from Madrid, and travels the globe with a suitcase full of yarn and nails…

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Manuel Albarran : The Metalsmith Matures

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This is a bit off topic, having nothing to do with needlework – but it does concern something that has been used like a textile for ages. Many moons ago, I worked at Patricia Field when it was on 8th Street as an Assistant Accessory and Lingerie buyer…

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Denim Redeux

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I want to see Ian Berry’s workspace. I picture him happily hunched over a canvas, furiously cutting up bits of denimu (Japanese for “denim” and also his moniker) for his remarkable collages…

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Elements Unite in Madison Sq. Park

In Art by Cinnamon McCullum

One of the best things about living in New York City is how you’re surrounded by art at virtually every turn. You could be looking for it or stumble upon it, it makes no difference…