NOTHING IS SACRED? | SET, COSTUME, PLAYBILL

NOTHING IS SACRED? | SET, COSTUME, PLAYBILL

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For the play Nothing is Sacred?, I designed and made the playbill, a costume, and several props out of white, black, and silver tyvek.


In art and in functional design I am often attracted to objects that look soft but turn out to be made of marble, or objects that look hard but yield to the touch. Tyvek is a material that looks like paper onto which seemingly anything can be inscribed, but it is durable, breathable, water- and tear-resistant. The material’s appearance belies its actual properties. It was this quality—along with the beautiful sheen—that led me to feature it in a play about pitting appearances against realities.

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PLAYBILL, HARD WHITE TYVEK

 
tyvek playbill white program.jpg
 

SLEEPING BAG, SOFT BLACK AND SILVER TYVEK

 
Photo by Daniella Furman

Photo by Daniella Furman

 
 
 

TABLECLOTH, SOFT SILVER TYVEK

 
Photo by  Jamie Lyons

Photo by Jamie Lyons

 

COSTUME, SOFT WHITE TYVEK

 
Photo by  Jamie Lyons

Photo by Jamie Lyons

 
 
 

CEREMONIAL FLOOR COVERING, SOFT SILVER TYVEK

 
Photo by  Jamie Lyons

Photo by Jamie Lyons