Stitch witches. Student work from Goldsmiths College, London during the trippy textile era of the 60s-70s. Samples of unknown students experimenting with traditional techniques alongside psychedelic applications. via Goldsmiths Textile Collection PS: Hi! I’m back!
See these scenes play out in film at the Sharon Hayes show at the Whitney. It’s a mesmerizing 33 minutes of footage from the 1971 Christopher Street Liberation Day Parade shot by Women’s Liberation Cinema, with Kate Millet and Sharon Hayes voice over commentary. The photographs here are by Diana Davies via NYPL. She must [...]
Sheilas: A Tribute to Australian Women by John Larkins. 1975. Dedicated to my Sheila Kate J. LIFE IS A GARDEN DIG? via National Library of Australia
I saw Girlfriends directed by Claudia Weill at BAM last night. One in the series of girl centric films curated by Lena Dunham. Can’t stop thinking about it. 1970s NYC art girls rule!! Highlights: Susan Weinblatt, animal print sweater dress, wooden spool wire table, red walls, mauve, satchels. Satchels should be the new tote.
Hi! New Friends weavings are here! Our new collection – Best Woof – is inspired by dogs and shapes. We made our first ever silkscreen print of a weaving in an edition of 25 of each color (blue and black), along with a large format photocopy poster - Dogs, Roving & Combs. And many new weavings, [...]
Pretty design for an ugly message. These stamps represent anti-suffrage for women sentiment. The stamps were produced by the Maine Association Opposed to Suffrage for Women, circe 1918. Not cool Maine! via Maine Memory