Binaries of masculine and feminine, handmade and digital, traditional and modern are all put into play in Haynes' modern quilts.

Working in a traditionally domestic art, young quilter Luke Haynes subverts expectations, stitching ultra-masculine (yet homey) imagery of tools, trucks, and sullen rockers in the modern-day folk style of the Photoshop ‘posterize’ filter effect. Binaries of masculine and feminine, handmade and digital, traditional and modern are all put into play in Haynes’ quilts, available through his Etsy account.

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Luke Haynes

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