Based in Sydney, Australia, Foundry is a blog by Rebecca Thao. Her posts explore modern architecture through photos and quotes by influential architects, engineers, and artists.

IN CONVERSATION | Interactive design, singing and not-singing, and imposter syndrome | Brutal Studio

IN CONVERSATION | Interactive design, singing and not-singing, and imposter syndrome | Brutal Studio

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Brutal Studio | An interview

Jess Bernhart interviews Sara Santamaria and Allie Bashuk of the Atlanta-based, women-led design studio, Brutal.

Since 2015, Brutal Studio has taken on diverse projects, from parade floats to Christmas-themed bars, costumes, flower thrones, and 35 ‘deconstructed vases,’ currently featured in VOLATL’s store. Their work is playful, interactive, and always surprising. With saturated colors, recycled materials, and a catch-as-catch-can approach to making and design, Brutal is perhaps best known for their always-expanding expertise and uncanny ability to make silk purses out of sow’s ears. Hand them a pipe cleaner and a twist tie, and they’ll give you a parade. Below is our chat.

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SHOP | Deconstructed vases | Brutal Studio

SHOP | Deconstructed vases | Brutal Studio

VIDEO | Air (an opera for breath) | Steve Morrison

VIDEO | Air (an opera for breath) | Steve Morrison

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