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An image of boxer shorts against a white background. The shorts are a light orange with pink and brighter orange patterns and brown details and outlines. The print design on the boxers shows line drawn imagery of roses, butterflies, and faces.An image of backside of boxer shorts against a white background. The shorts are a light orange with pink and brighter orange patterns and brown details and outlines. The print design on the boxers shows line drawn imagery of roses, butterflies, and faces.A detail shot of the inside of the shorts, showing the hand-screenprinted tag. The tag reads as follows: "Jonathan Lyndon Chase in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum 2021" the text is framed by a line drawn butterfly silhouette, and the bottom right corner notes the edition number "22/65"

Artist Edition

Jonathan Lyndon Chase x FWM

Bending $ag (limited edition boxers)

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Description

This special edition of 65 boxer shorts is based on Artist-in-Residence Jonathan Lyndon Chase’s Bending $ag design as featured in their 2021 FWM exhibition, Big Wash.

Chase is a Philadelphia-based artist, making work about Blackness, queerness and intimacy. Adorned with roses and butterflies, the Bending $ag pattern symbolizes delicacy and strength. These boxers feature the same design used in the exhibition, but in a new colorway including peach, pink, and brown.

Jonathan Lyndon Chase, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

Screenprinted on-site at The Fabric Workshop and Museum, 2021
100% cotton sateen. Limited edition of 65.
Dimensions: 17 x 26 x 1 inches

About The Exhibition

An interior image with black and white checkered floors and blue walls with a variety of paintings and objects hung and leaned against it. In the foreground, a figurative soft sculpture resembling a Black person in a black dress stands upright. Behind them, a clothesline in the background hangs a series of matching blue and red boxers.

Jonathan Lyndon Chase: Big Wash

January 5–June 20, 2021

For Big Wash, artist Jonathan Lyndon Chase turns their attention to the laundromat as a site that is at once private and public. Through paintings, sculpture, and newly produced screenprinted textiles, Chase explores themes of Black, queer domestic intimacy, eroticism, nostalgia, and tenderness.