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Abi Polinsky

Abi Polinsky is a photographer and visual artist based in NYC. Strongly inspired by European art between 1950 and 1980, as well as fashion photography between the 1980s and 2000s, he uses out-of-the-box set design, color processing, and lighting to create distinct portraiture and commercial work. Polinsky strives to create images that grab the viewer immediately and become even more pleasing to look at with time.

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Amanda Richards

Amanda Richards is a Brooklyn based designer focused on sculptural lighting. She graduated from F.I.T. with a BFA in sculpture in 2014. From 2014-2019 she worked for Fernando Mastrangelo as his lead sculptor and has now branched out to start her own lighting design studio. Her first pair of sconces debuted at In Good Company in 2017. She has since been working with New York interior design firms to collaborate on high end residential projects. 

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ANDEAN

ANDEAN is a design studio founded by designer Alejandro Moyano who, after attending Pratt Institute, returned to his native country, Ecuador, to join the best of two worlds: the essence and DNA of his origins with the trend of contemporaneity. Focused on the development and manufacture of high-quality collections and personalized pieces, the studio combines Ecuadorian artisanship with modern manufacturing processes in an innovative and sophisticated way. ANDEAN’s objective is to develop the notion of equatorial design to enhance the Andean material heritage. “Drink from the origin”, techniques, traditions, and materials of the region, to “transpire contemporaneity” through the forms and functions of our daily life.

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Andreas Diaz Andersson

Andreas Diaz Andersson is a Swedish-Mexican artist known for his distinctly meticulous minimalist abstractions. Andersson studies the depth and form of both minimalism and geometry, using traditional methods in his paintings. His carefully considered trompe l’oeils and heavily formal compositions are achieved through the use of textiles and different paint mediums such as acrylic, plasticolor and aerosol paint on cotton canvas. 

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Andres Ciccone

Andres Ciccone’s artistic work is the creative outcome of profoundly conducted research in Kinetic/Op-art theories and practices, with the objective to surpass the boundaries of movement, space, and color in art. The artist’s eagerness to outperform ‘already done’ conventions in Kinetic and Op-art is expressed in the development of his artworks where the increase in optical and kinetical complexity cannot be missed. Currently based in Lisbon and Berlin, Andres Ciccone ambitiously continues his defiant artistic research in order to create never seen before, multidimensional experiences, where the viewer’s perception is challenged through the movement of geometrical forms that are composed through rhythm, color and equilibrium.

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Bailey Fontaine

Bailey Fontaine is an emerging lighting and furniture designer based in Brooklyn. Bailey’s process, to expect the unexpected, is beguilingly simple, yet yields materially expressive pieces that uncover intriguing new potential for everyday objects. Though his career is just beginning, two recent honors pave a promising path forward: Maison & Objet’s prestigious Rising Talent Award and recent participation in Fernando Mastrangelo’s In Good Company exhibition.

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BEIGE IS BACK

As we spend these colder months indoors, we reflect on the sanctuary we create at home. "BEIGE IS BACK" shares the design and art objects at Tuleste Factory that inspire us to transform our home into the ultimate hideaway.

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BlackTable Studio

BLACKTABLE Studio was born in 2013 as Carlos Meza’s personal response to the corporate architectural life he experienced in his first years living in New York. The studio's creative processes are rooted in architectural techniques and driven by the influence of digital manufacturing technologies & traditional handcraft techniques. The practice is inspired by classical architecture that plays with fluted columns, volume and architectural partition framing. BlackTable’s collection explores the seams of architectonic partitions through voluptuous curves that invite the user to experience them through touch. Deemed one of the “six emerging furniture designers to know” by the New York Times, BlackTable Studio’s creations have wowed clients like WeWork, Hermès, Fendi, and Bulgari in New York City. 

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BLUE

Tuleste Factory debuts a new immersive space within The Factory named ‘The Blue Room’. Covered in a vibrant blue from ceiling to floor, the unique skylight room will feature new work from various artists. Making their debut with Tuleste Factory, Canadian-Israeli lighting artist Yonathan Moore will feature a number of his light sculptures, Optical Monuments. Also debuting is ceramic artist Kelsie Rudolph, fine art photography works by Abi Polinsky, Brandi Howe’s Biomorphic Mirrors, and rounding out the room will be two Factory favorites, Ian Alistair Cochran and Jt. Pfeiffer. Other artists included in the room will be Moses Nadel and Black Table Studio.

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Brad Fisher

A bonafide painter, Brad Fisher was born in Southern California, though after decades living in the city considers himself a New York artist. Fisher has shown extensively in the Hamptons and New York City throughout the span of his over 20 year career. His work encompasses themes of humanity, animal companions - particularly dogs, architecture, and sexuality. Fisher's passion for his art has created a dedicated collector base, including Hollywood and New York icons such as Renée Zellwegger, Drew Barrymore, Designer John Barlett, and Photographers Richard Phibbs, and Arnaldo Anaya.

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Brandi Howe

As an artist and creative director, Brandi Howe has manifested her distinct, hyper-charged aesthetic across multiple mediums such as set design, furniture design, interior design, fashion, and textile design. Her star-studded resumé includes set design for Rihanna's Savage X Fenty, Wonderland, Rolling Stones, and The Webster, as well as collaborations with Chrome Hearts, among others. In her recent years, Brandi launched Shag Chateau and the Lalita loft, both a high-concept production space she developed and designed that epitomizes her colorful, bold, yet elegant point of view. She is currently designing commercial retail spaces for well known brands like Cult Gaia, rolling out her branded concept to major cities across the U.S.

Fueled by a love of fantasy and fashion, Brandi's visual iconography and art exist in playful, surreal and elevated spaces. Her work functions as a form of whimsical magic in a world full of lowest common denominators, connecting different mediums through a singular, transcendent vision.

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Brecht Wright Gander

Brecht Wright Gander is an artist who specializes in limited-edition collectible design. There’s an eloquence in Gander’s responses that invokes a deep sense of trust in his practice. His foundation is functionality, his form a perfect combination of aesthetic play and technical acumen. Each piece feels slightly haphazard, but functional considerations begin to emerge.

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Casey Haugh

Casey Haugh has been painting color field abstract expressionism for over a decade. Although some works have titles, Casey encourages the viewer to interpret the subject matter on their own. While Casey takes the act of painting very seriously he does not intend these paintings to be viewed as "serious" works. Rather he would prefer them to be viewed as a feast for the viewer's eyes or a maze of colors and shapes that the viewer bounces around and occasionally gets lost in. Casey believes that the purpose of these paintings is to allow the viewer to take a break from the day-to-day stresses of life and become immersed in a world of color and shape. Utilizing techniques of “push and pull” Casey manipulates the acrylic and oil paints to form mesmerizing compositions. Casey hopes that the viewer feels the excitement and freedom he tries to convey with his gestural and rhythmic style in each work. Casey graduated from Pratt Institute in 2009 with a BFA in Painting. 

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Christopher Miano

For Christopher Miano, every project is an opportunity to explore processes and combine age-old craft with modern techniques in his coherent design style. Christopher's works lean heavily on hand craftsmanship and superior materials, like high-end woods, Carrara marble, and beautiful metals. 

A graduate of Parsons The New School of Design, Christopher was also invited to study at the prestigious Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. His products can be seen at One World Observatory on top of New York City's World Trade Center and other design boutiques such as McNally Jackson, Good For The Study and Fair Folks and a Goat. Previous clients & collaborations include Tom Sachs, Wolfgang Puck, 214 Lafayette, Epicurious, The Plaza at Harvard University, JCW Risk Management, Starbucks, and Condé Nast, among others. Christopher resides in New York City with his shop dog Hunter.

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Dreamscapes

Abi Polinsky’s latest show “Dreamscapes” at Tuleste Factory sees the artist’s most unconstrained work to date. Polinsky fully submits to his instincts for the exhibition, uninhibited by rational thought or reason. Through his photography, he takes his subconscious into reality. Following the concepts of the surrealist movement, he creates new dimensions for his subjects to transcend. His display of uncanny images
pushes the bounds of the human experience. His ethereal subjects leave a haunting and perplexing impression.
Abi Polinsky is a photographer and visual artist based in New York City. Polinsky’s process comprises extravagant set design, experimental lighting, and color processing. Inspired by European art between 1950 and 1980 and fashion photography between the 1980s and 2000s, Abi creates alluring images that leave haunting impressions.

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Edward Granger

Edward Granger is one of the most sought after abstract geometric artists in the industry, having built his reputation off his unique interpretation of color, light and shape to create a fantasy world that encourages playfulness and possibility into an often- anxious world. Taking inspiration from the cultural revolution sparked by Memphis Milano, his work seeks to challenge one’s physical and emotional state by using color as a healing tool that reintroduces individuals to imagination and discovery.

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FACTURE

FACTURE is a contemporary art furniture company headed by designer, Quincy Ellis. He creates dynamic molded works from resin from his studio based-in Brooklyn. His work experiments endlessly with light, color, and transparency. The exploration of these three concepts is central to all of the brand's work. They are constantly refining designs by playing with colors, shades, shift patterns, opacities, and interior core colors.

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Henrik Sandner

Henrik Sandner's abstract paintings are a vivid imagination of life, exploring the full range of human experience, emotion, and thought. Sandner strives to paint experiences through the eyes of the people and environment he observes around him. The artist uses intense brushstrokes, pattern, texture, line work, color, and movement to create his unique compositions. To create texture and contrast, Sandner mixes sand with some of his paint, adding a three dimensional element to his paintings. 

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Ian Alistair Cochran

Ian Alistair Cochran is a designer who is excited by unconventional materials and the relationship that emerges in working with them. He makes contemporary art furniture in resin, fiberglass, composites, and continues to explore other materials not typically used in the design world. Ian’s Plump furniture series has garnered significant press and fanfare.

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John Anderson

John describes his fine art process as a meditative practice requiring intense focus and control of his media. Repetitive graphite strokes create a dynamic metallic contrast to the paper background. Precise white lines and the application of color appear where graphite is not applied. This two-dimensional process creates the illusion of three-dimensions. The work of intricate geometric abstractions demonstrates precise and concentrated time dedication to each unique piece.

Based in the Mad River Valley, Vermont John Anderson creates a variety of fine art pieces as well as architectural murals and custom art tables. His long and successful career in architecture heavily influences his artwork.

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Jon James

Jon James is a painter who currently works and lives in Manhattan. His work is created by dripping paint across and down the canvas in repetition, creating an intensely layered and textured surface which become three-dimensional. He does this without the aid of rulers or computer imaging. Jon moved to NYC after graduating from Cornell with degrees in painting and photography, where his work immediately caught the eye of collectors like Sarah Meltzer and Richard Sachs. His paintings have sold worldwide to corporate and private collections.

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Joseph Conrad-Ferm

Joseph Conrad-Ferm is a self taught painter who did not discover his need to paint until age 26. With over 1,000 finished works on paper, canvas, and wood, Ferm's paintings are in public and private collections worldwide. His work is extensively used by interior designers and has been featured in design publications in the US. He currently resides in Cape Cod, MA.

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Jt. Pfeiffer

Jt.Pfeiffer's collection of luxury art rugs is the outcome of a lifetime experience engaged in the design world, involving creative direction, interior design and visual communication. Julia’s work includes collaborations and commissions with renowned large-scale projects such as hotels, residential and commercial buildings, interior design for private residences, public areas, along with product, furniture, and graphic design, as well as brand identity for numerous clients.

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Kelsie Rudolph

Kelsie Rudolph received her MFA from Montana State University in 2018 and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 2013. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has completed residencies at the Archie Bray Foundation, Anderson Ranch Art Center, Tainan National University of the arts, Red Lodge Clay Center, and at China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, China. She is currently a long-term resident at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. 

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Lyora Pissarro

Lyora Pissarro is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She completed her formal education at Hunter College in NYC after doing her foundation year at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). The artist focuses on painting utopian landscapes. She explores the idealistic by embracing technology and layering light art into her canvases. Described as the “ultimate young painter” in GQ magazine, Lyora Pissarro has held exhibitions in New York, Texas, Boston, Utah and London. Her public art installations can also be found amongst the desertscape in Ventucopa, North of Los Angeles. Lyora also holds intimate art classes and lectures at the renowned Crosby Street Hotel.

Lyora’s new exhibition in collaboration with The Allaux Brothers “Mindscapes," at Tuleste Factory combines new technology with traditional techniques to explore the fluctuating nature of internal and external landscapes. Rooted in impressionistic theories of light, Pissarro paints utopian landscapes. However, Pissareo’s work looks beyond fleeting moments. By embracing light art to accentuate her oil on board work, Pissarro captures the fluid quality of nature as a reflection of the inner self. The combination of technology and traditional techniques allows the artist to explore the malleability of life and the possibility that comes with it. Lyora's work is a synthesis and a bridge between the past and future, humans and nature, mind and body, technology and myth. Her paintings stand at the focal point between history and the imminent future, the realized and the imagined. Each of the artworks in this series are sold with a unique NFT, a light art projection mapped design by the Allaux Brothers.

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Maki Yamamoto

The Maki Yamamoto Textile Studio is a modern atelier specializing in bespoke textiles. Rooted in the world of ancient Japanese art, the studio blends the magic of traditional craftsmanship with contemporary aesthetics, creating iconic pieces that lend urbane fashion to any interior. Luxury fabric is Maki’s canvas. She skillfully embellishes textiles with painterly motifs and dressmaker details. Precise detailing produces a distinct design. Her artistic repertoire includes freehand painting, modern embroidery, hand-stitching, graphic contemporary appliqué, hand-drawn patterns, pleating, ruffles, fiber ties and twists ― assisting with the conceptual design of spaces and interior décor.

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Maria Beckmann

Maria Beckmann is a Mexican multidisciplinary designer; she specializes in interior architecture, furniture, and lighting design (DUMO). Utilizing a combination of wood, leather, and hand-made textiles, all of her work is customizable for each unique space. As an independent designer, Maria has collaborated with architectural firms such as Legorreta Architects, Serrano Monajaraz Architects, and Ignacio Urquiza Architects. She has additionally created custom projects for Archipiélago MX, Joselo Cafe, among other special corporate projects and private residences.

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Material Block at Design Miami 2021

"Material Block", a visual mirage with mesmerizing gradients & textures. Juxtaposed elements intrigue the spectator, transporting them into an immersive experience. By merging visual stimuli & material touch, a holistic experience of the senses is created. Bending the limits of perception; plywood, resin, wool, and silk blend into harmony portraying balance within contrasts. Utilizing complementary strategies like sharp linear corners with curved distinctions generating wonder about the boundless possibilities of materials. Integrating color, geometrical craftsmanship, and luxurious finishes to produce products that are both aesthetic & functional.

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Moses Nadel

Moses Nadel was founded in 2013 by Lara and Moses Nadel. The design company offers limited edition and bespoke leather goods hand crafted by a team of local artisans in New York, combining materials individually selected for their essential luxury and integrity. Their fundamental love for aesthetics and function is at the core of their creations. Their design process involves extraordinary attention to elemental purity, artistic simplicity and an exceptional level of detail. 

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Nick Missel Studio

Nick Missel is a Philadelphia based artist influenced by an Anthropocentric worldview based on the human effect on the earth. Missel sees the work as a form of ‘cultural archeology’ choosing objects that sit on the periphery of our attention and wanting to give them new life. Like the negative of a photograph the objects maintain a similarity to their original form but transform to have their own identity. “I wanted to make responsive sculptures that you could interact with” and silicone has become an integral part of the work for Missel, melding sculpture and furniture together. Missel has exhibited work at In Good Company, receiving best in show, A/D/O, and Socrates Sculpture Park.

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RJ Raizk

The work of RJ Raizk tends to resemble the internal and external environment that he immerses and surrounds himself with. His process consists of using applications consisting of repetitive and free flowing strokes to create works that are complex structurally but rhythmic visually. For his paintings, the artist’s method of bleeding pigments and stains through solid paint and other mediums results in what resembles a dying or staining process. The cellular structure of plants and the cosmos and his method of bleeding pigments and stains through solid paint are inspiration to his pattern and paint work. RJ Raizk is currently based in New York and New Orleans.

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Ruby Kean

Ruby Kean is a New York based artist and Interior Designer from London. Her Seven year career in hotel design has informed a style which encompasses colour depth and texture. Ruby has spent the last 4 years as Head of Design New York at Firmdale Hotels where she has honed an understanding of interior design centred around intrigue, charm and storytelling. Kean’s work has a distinctive perspective on the possibilities of interiors through craft. Through the alchemy of Design, Art and Handmade decorative objects, Kean’s work culminates in a style that is wonderfully layered and curated.

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Ruvan Wijesooriya

Ruvan Wijesooriya's documentary approach to photography explores a universal and nostalgic visual language of the world around us. His landscapes, portraits, aerial perspectives, nature series, and journalistic work are motivated by his on-going study of beauty and the feminine. Ruvan is currently based in New York City.

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Sang Eui Kim

Sang Eui Kim was born in China in 1940. The artist was raised in both North and South Korea, he lives in Southern California. His works reflect a conscious and unconscious endeavor to fuse the Eastern spirit with that of the West, to create a new world through artistic means, by allowing the lines and patches of colors to dance freely.

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TF Vintage

A timeless manifestation of design with the carefully selected curated vintage collection by Tuleste Factory. Preserving the embodied essence of each time period, each restored piece stands out by its juxtaposition of bygone eras combined with contemporary sceneries. Refurbished to impeccable condition each design brings a strong presence of glamour and grit to any room.

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