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Fort Makers, a Brooklyn-based collective made up of four artists, has provided a reason to wear your artistic side on your sleeve: Their fall 2013 a graphic pints on gorgeous fabric. For the uninitiated, group founder, Nana Spears, formed the collective in 2008, and since then, they've worn many hats, designing bedding for Anthropologie, hand-painting one-of-a-kind place mats for Of a Kind (still available, ya'll), erected outdoor installations across the country, created set design for a MoMA PS1 Warm Up, and more. Find info on everything they're getting into on on the site (e-commerce forthcoming). Finally, take a gander at the wild, graphic prints splashed over dresses, tops and pants below and let your creativity breath a bit.
· Fort Makers [Official Site]
· Fort Makers + Baggu; Time's Arrow Launches at Bergdorf [Racked NY]