A few months ago, we blogged about of one our best-kept secrets, Phyllis Criddle. Phyllis has worked at the museum for several years now, first as part of the Art Fabrication team and now as the Assistant Manager of Hardware, the MASS MoCA store. But what she’s fast becoming known for are her amazing dresses made of scrap materials such as old MASS MoCA logos, ribbons, pieces of blankets, and most famously, hundreds of wrist bands from the Solid Sound Festival curated by Wilco. Check out her first Wilco dress, modeled by the artist last December:
Since then, Phyllis has created many more pieces out of Solid Sound wristbands. Check them out below.
Last month, Phyllis was invited to be part of the Alchemy Initiative‘s Earth Day Designer Auction, where she had the opportunity to show her patchwork dress made of recycled fabric, clothes, curtains and sheets:
We can’t wait to see what Phyllis does next. In the meantime, check out her website and stay tuned for future blog posts.