I discovered Francis Jens Spitta‘s work on Pattern Pulp. In his pillow patterns, he takes inspiration from his own life – he says, “I’ve taken the iconic images of my life and I’ve twisted them around a bit. Those stunning delicate handkerchiefs in my grandmother’s top drawer? Pillows. The batiks I wore in seventh grade? They’ve been urbanized. Those groovy hippie skirts in my mother’s closet? Painterly Ikats. The globes and maps in my fathers office? They’re all pillows…”
All prints are made to order and are non-refundable. Photo taken in Juneau, Alaska Material: Printed on Moab Lasal Photo Matte 230 paper...
“Yeah, sorry, I have to get home to my dog” Notes of aloe, agave, chrysanthemum, green floral, and patchouli Hand poured in Seattle, WA Materials: Made from a clean burning blend of coconu...
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