deadly squire: hayo makamak
i'm so excited about this that i couldn't wait until monday. one of my favorite brooklyn design teams, deadly squire is having a show at one of my favorite brooklyn shops, rare device. the show is called "hayo makamak", which is a chinook indian phrase for 'plenty to eat' (used derisively toward those of high status who displayed their wealth at big potlatches). anna and tim will be filling the window with a huge display of faux food: game, vegetables, fruits and pies - all sewn from deadly squire's patterned fabrics. inside rare device will be decorated with a table laid out for a feast, with deadly squire plates, place cards, napkins and placemats, plus sewn drumsticks, pumpkins and other fall fare. sounds like a blast. click here for more info. i'll be sure to cover it for those who can't check it out in person (the show runs from november 1- dec 3).
Labels: design shows