Fibergraf: Iviva Olenick & Jon Baker

April 23, 2012   /   byJenny Hart  / Categories :  Feeds
Blending Mode by FiberGraf. 2009.
Embroidery on fabric (ink jet print of graffiti by Jon Baker). 8" X 10.75"

 Rose Hens. 2010.
Embroidery on fabric with ink jet print of graffiti drawing by Jon Baker. 9.75" X 7.5". 
Collection of Washington University Library.

Iviva's work and the collaborative work of Fibergraf is currently on display at Fleisher Art Memorial as part of a group show called "Softer Edges : Fiber Artists in the Urban Environment". Show hangs through April 28th.


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