experiments in more-than-human design ethnography

Fly tying

Shawn Davis

“Shawn Davis is a chemistry teacher. But his spare hours are spent amidst lean feathers, fine wire and tiny hooks, practicing the age-old craft of fly tying. Turning such a practical thing as a fishing fly into an artwork—and innovating while doing so, as Davis does—serves as a stirring reminder to search for art in the everyday.”

via Anthropologie

Posted: October 31st, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Everyday Life, Material & Visual Culture | No Comments »

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