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Salvor Projects (NY) specializes in product development - taking a thing, focusing on why, making it new, different, or better. The atelier began as an exploration of textile design, and has expanded into a full-fledged production facility, making small-batch objects, clothing and accessories, artist collaborations and editions. They are known for their scarves - that everyday and travel essential that remains difficult to find done well - and their references (and intentions) are clear and specific. Music, architecture, photography, history, along with a binding sense of how their translations contribute to an ongoing lexicon of contemporary culture.
NB: Salvor scarves are made individually and by hand. Imperfections and variation are to be expected; they should not be considered defects.
A IO TU NOI TUTTI (I You Us Everybody). From the 1977 album by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Battisti. With raw edges. Chroma diffusion handprint using PVC/Phthalate-free ink. Black on white. Double georgette silk. 45" x 58". $260.
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Alps. Austria, 1936. With raw edges. Chroma diffusion handprint using PVC/Phthalate-free ink. Blue on white. Double georgette silk. 80" x 48". $280.
C Antifashion, 1977 / Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. It was once said that the silence at Stand Up Comedy made for an alienating experience, so we started playing Throbbing Gristle. Made in collaboration with the artist and gallery Invisible-Exports. Handprinted serigraph (silkscreen). Black and fluo red on white. Double georgette silk. Numbered edition of 99. 43" x 65". $423. Add to cart
D Labtex. Simultaneously warm and light. Woven, digital print. Cashmere, modal. 40" x 69". $225. Add to cart
E Fin. Abandoned vehicles at Chernobyl, 1986. Woven, digital print. Cashmere, modal. 40" x 69". $225. Add to cart
F Bali 91. Ektachrome photo by Keetja Allard, 1991. Woven, digital print. Cashmere, modal. 40" x 74". $235. Add to cart