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A selection of four circular tufted coasters in different colorways on a white ground. The abstract design of the coasters features organic lines and shapes in greens, maroon, yellow, light blue, and peach.A variety of circular tufted coasters in different colorways on a white ground. The abstract design of the coasters features organic lines and shapes in greens, maroon, yellow, light blue, and peach.

Artist Edition

Jessica Campbell x FWM

Tufted Coasters Bundle (set of 4)

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Description

New for your coffee table! Inspired by Heterodoxy member Ami Mali Hicks, this set of four tufted coasters includes one of each colorway.

Produced in conjunction with the exhibition, Jessica Campbell: Heterodoxy.

Loop-pile wool with felt backing
Each coaster about 4 inches in diameter

Meet the Artist

Jessica Campbell

Jessica Campbell is a multidisciplinary artist and author working in comics, fibers, painting, drawing, and performance. Drawing on a wide range of influences, including science fiction, art world politics, and her evangelical upbringing, Campbell explores ways to reflect heterogeneity through a combination of disparate media, subjects, and tone. Whether through cartoony depictions or the use of unorthodox material, her work often wields humor as a device to help one come to terms with its darker subject matter.

About The Exhibition

A photograph of a dimly lit room with three wooden tables surrounded by chairs. The far wall is dark green with a large artwork resembling a red fireplace and framed picture. On the left wall is a lighter green tapestry with a busy floral pattern.

Jessica Campbell: Heterodoxy

Jessica Campbell’s exhibition, lecture and discussion series explores the complex personal, political and professional relationships facilitated by the twentieth century secret feminist debate club named Heterodoxy. Produced in collaboration with the FWM Studio, this presentation takes the form of a gathering space—an interpretation of Polly’s Restaurant in Greenwich Village, NY, an early meeting place of the group—with artworks relating to the club and its members, outfitted in an immersive tufted rug environment.