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PATAGONIA

Chile

Inspired by treats from Union square donuts and fresh finds at the farmer’s market on the triangular parcel, this collection highlights a variety of food groups – if you ask Dustin, donuts should definitely be considered their own food group! These prints are great for hanging in the kitchen or printing on tote bags for your chef friend or companion who prefers take-out, but needs a sustainable bag to put it in. FUN FACT: While working on Riverside Plaza in Medford, MA as a construction clerk, I may have snuck a few donuts from one of Boston’s Best donut shops – Donuts with a Difference. Honey Glazed are my favorite!

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In 2013, I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Patagonia as part of a landscape architecture studio at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. We flew to Santiago, where we spent a few days exploring the city, and then flew further south to Balmaceda. From there, we rented a van and navigated our way further south about 8 hours to Coyhaique and Cochrane. We explored several sites along the Baker and Pascua Rivers. This collection captures the lines and textures of the local landscape – from mountains to lakes to a mosaic of different plant species.

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