Pulp by Jesse Hammer
“Pulp” is a collection of small sculptures situated somewhere between the jell-o mold and the sample library. The slice captures colors as tactile ephemera, all the while bound by standards of material specifications. “Pulp” is cast from ready-made platonics: predictable, replicable, and delicious.
・2"x 2"to 2.25"x 2.25" - Available in store
The contemporary condition of the young architect is one of patience and fantasy, where many years of study and certification are splayed alongside countless hours occupying highly elaborate speculative universes. Each of the prints in this series slice through illustrations from the thousands of lives I’ve lived in places I’ve never been.
・girl print: 9x12”
・pool and house print: 12x12”
About the Artist: Jesse Hammer is an LA-based designer and artist currently working at Rios Clementi Hale Studios in Interior Architecture. Hammer is a member of Materials & Application’s Contemporary Council and was formerly an editor of POOL Magazine. They received a Masters in Architecture from UCLA in 2018 and previously worked as a designer at Design, Bitches and Bureau Spectacular. Their work seeks out a space between materialism and verse.
🔍 @jessehammer @puuuulp