Adam Pogue for Commune

Adam Pogue works with Commune on product and special projects using textile remnants and vintage fabrics that Commune finds along the way. Obi fabrics from a trip to Japan, army canvas used for upholstery, and discarded carpet and drapery remnants are all reconfigured to create a new textile experience. Adam creates compositions that are familiar and yet completely original; with hand stitched details, pops of unexpected color, and unconventional shapes and material combinations.

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