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One of A+A's favorite artisans — and one of the first we wrote about — is Justyn Livingston. Her work is inspired by her extensive travels and the things she's encountered along the way. A few weeks...
If you can’t get to the Greek Islands, you can always surround yourself with their colors.
That’s the way Justyn Livingston thinks about her tiles, anyway.
The owner of Metolius Ridge Artisan...
So you’re a maker of artisan tiles, and a painter who intrepidly surfs the web, scouting out symbols that Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell thought we all might find meaningful on some level.
She takes her cues for terracotta tile designs from ancient paintings of Japanese kimono makers.
“It’s based on the way the Japanese draped their kimono fabric, almost like on a quilt stand,”...
The path to designs in ceramics has been a circuitous one for painter and printmaker Justyn Livingston.
She started in the mid-‘80s designing bedding for ESPRIT, the youth-oriented lifestyle brand,...