Adam Pogue's Patcuwork Textiles
For the textile artist Adam Pogue, necessity has always bred invention. “I didn’t have money, and I wanted to decorate my place,” he says, so Pogue, 41, began
crafting things for his Los Angeles apartment, upholstering a sofa in a Japanese boro- style hodgepodge of thrifted denim, knotting a rag rug for the floor and making curtains to use as room dividers. By 2015, Pogue, who in college studied architecture...
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