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      • August 13, 2018 Kimono Obsession
        Kimono Obsession People often ask why we carry kimonos. For Francine Moo-Young, the collector and curator, that's one of the easiest questions to answer. She's inspired by the cut, the colors, the patterns and the history of the garment. "When I see a kimono I like, my mind floods with ideas. Some times those ideas are so abstract it's hard to see the path to where it leads. The ideas come to me like a cluster spreading out in all different directions." 
      • July 09, 2018 SPACEFILLER Installation Process: Part 2
        SPACEFILLER Installation Process: Part 2 It's four days before art walk and Alex and Alex from SPACEFILLER are back at the shop to install. The duo has returned for yet another round of projection mapping on their sneaker installation.
      • July 08, 2018 SPACEFILLER Installation Process: Part 1
        SPACEFILLER Installation Process: Part 1

        For the past three months, Alex Nagy and Alex Miler of SPACEFILLER have been visiting the MOO-YOUNG Shop to test their installation piece for July art walk. What started as a concept has now forged its way into a 2' x 4' topographic sneaker sculpture. 

      • July 01, 2018 Get to Know Alex and Alex of SPACEFILLER
        Get to Know Alex and Alex of SPACEFILLER This month in the Concept Shop we are thrilled to welcome artists Alex Miller and Alex Nagy for art walk. Yes, they're really both named Alex, and yes, they get asked that a lot (as you'll find out in their interview). The real question here is how did two people named Alex come to form the artistic collaboration that is SPACEFILLER. Keep reading for a glimpse into the brains of these self-proclaimed computer nerds whose dream project includes developing a line of children's toys and making beats for Jay-Z.