New #ILoveTheseGuys post for Hybrid Design from New York graduate Sabrina Polanco-Ferreyra. Find out more about the studio and project highlights.
I love Hybrid Design’s work for the Mohawk Maker Quarterly 11: Process issue. The different patterns, vibrant colors, and textures used throughout the various pages illustrate the intricacy and beauty of the process of making something. This idea is also emphasized by the sketchbook inspired size and paper. According to the studio, the “process of making something—method, materials, ingredients, artistry, experience—is the squiggly line between idea and object. In issue 11 of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly, we investigate the circuitous paths we take to get from Point A to Point B. An in-process character is evidenced in every tactile characteristic of the issue, from the sketchbook inspired size and paper, to the rough hewn edge of the trim, to the open smyth sewn binding.”
Mohawk Maker Quarterly 15
“Materials are an emotional filter, informing how we should feel about what we touch and see. The fifteenth issue of the Mohawk Maker Quarterly focuses on the object qualities that materials make possible.”
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