What We’re Watching (via @swissmiss): Beyond the Visible: Hilma af Klint from Kino Lorber Films. @kinolorber
Learn more and watch the full documentary here.
Explore Hilma af Klint’s work and legacy as one Sweden’s most experimental and influential artists.
Weekend Digest: “Dealing with Dignity in Every Direction: Why Treating our Products and Tools with Dignity Makes a Meaningful Difference”
Written by Ari Weinzweig of Zingerman’s Community of Businesses, whose philosophies toward business and leadership will forever remain essential tools in Alabama Chanin’s organizational tool belt.
Fall/Winter 2022 Collection Highlight: Georgia
The “Georgia” motif appears in brush strokes and appliqués throughout the collection, and is inspired by the artisanship of Ancient Etruscan Bucchero-ware vases (7th/6th century B.C.).
Shop hand-sewn Georgia designs featuring embroidery, applique, and reverse appliqué:
Shop the painted Georgia motif in organic lightweight cotton:
The Ines Dress
“Alabama Chanin Makes It” from @gardenandgun
Read Garden & Gun’s recent interview with Natalie celebrating the arrival of her new book (and coinciding events tour).
“‘I wish there was a way to go back and soothe the younger me,’ says Natalie Chanin, whose gorgeous new book celebrates two decades of soulful Southern style” —CJ Lotz for Garden & Gun
Many thanks to CJ and our friends at Garden & Gun for the lovely conversation and beautiful piece. xo
Read our interview with Dianna Settles, an artist, activist, and maker who lives and creates in the company of a large community on an urban farm in Atlanta, Georgia.
“A life worth living is one where you and, not only the people immediately around you, but people in the broadest sense, have access to what is needed to elaborate a good life in as many ways as possible. This could include working with the land to unlearn centuries of lawns and nonsensical landscaping in place of rehabilitating lost savannas and biodiversity, building homes, dojos, and other communal buildings, growing food, hunting, practicing martial arts or other ways of knowing and expanding the limits of our bodies, mending and constructing the garments that carry us through our lives and give us joy and meaning, gaining an understanding of how to care for our own bodies, the list goes on and on. A life worth living is stealing as many moments for and towards that kind of life from the one that de-potentiates its existence.” —Dianna Settles
Explore more of Dianna’s work here, and view her recent exhibition at Phillip March Jones’ MARCH Gallery in New York City.
Now Streaming: Season 2 of The Green Dream podcast, hosted by our dear friend Dana Thomas. @danathomasparis
Listen to the latest episode featuring a conversation with Natalie: “Making Things with Natalie Chanin”.
Tune in weekly to hear from leaders in sustainability and climate activism.
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