For Spring 14, the collection was based on the rural lands of America (or “country chic”). As a follow up to Fall 13, I wanted the prints to be about the artisanal nature of hand-screening printing. Valuing the overall art and quality of the handiwork and what can be done using many screens (instead of the digital print which is being overused). I wanted to take a new direction this Spring, having the collection based on the life at the farm, the beauty in the simpler things in life. - Larry Wolfe, Designer
Yarnz and the Drug Policy Alliance, a non-profit organization advocating for drug policy reform, have joined forces and are pleased to announce The Yarnz Project. A collection of scarves featuring contemporary art produced by Yarnz will benefit the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA.) The collaboration with artists Peter Halley, James Nares, Erik Parker, and Raymond Pettibon.