The Democratic Cup
Instagram Facebook Portland Brick is a collaborative public art project taking place in the India Street neighborhood of Portland, Maine. My collaborator, Elise Pepple, has collected past, present, and future memories from the neighborhood and I am drawing, stamping and fabricating bricks made from clay from my land in Portland. To find out more about Portland brick,
Tomodachi Tote Bags
Click here for a tote bag. Available through Entoten (not Ayumi’s shop), these Tomodachi (friend in Japanese) Tote Bags are drawn by Ayumi and designed collaboratively with Studio KotoKoto. They’re available in red/silver and blue/silver options. The canvas is sourced from a 80-year-old family-run Japanese company, Onomichi Hanpu, and made by another family-run company, Koyabu Kogei, because of their
Who Lives in Greenwich Village?
Almost a year in the making, this collaboration with Andy Brayman of the Matter Factory show consisted of two separate bodies of work, both involving data from the Mannahatta Project. Special thanks for Dr. Eric Sanderson and Kim Fisher for making this possible. The 86 piece tile installation is made of 3/4″ thick porcelain, each
A collaboration with Josh Vogel of Blackcreek Merchantile who turned the cherry wood lids, these porcelain salt cellars were made in two batches and were commissioned by Studio KotoKoto, once in 2012 and then in 2014. They’re designed so that the lid can be removed with one hand and heavy enough so that they’re not knocked over while in