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Yo! How cool is this Masters Of None coasters can be seen in the October 2011 issue of Philadelphia Magazine! We're honored, seriously!
Chief Of Everything here at Masters Of None is featured in Grid Magazine. It doesn't have a lot to do with our products, but it does has to do with style. That's relevant, right!?
Check it out! Thrillist featured our Houndstooth coasters on their website!
Handmade in PA
Masters of None is crazy honored that Katie Van Vliet from Handmade in PA called us one the Philly craft stars and included us in a list of people who we love.
Although our table display wasn't what I'd envisioned, the folks at Philadelphia's City Paper thought our stuff was so cool they decided to show it in their paper.
Sharif got snapped by Technically Philly talking about the importance of the arts in education at a meeting involving Philadelphia's Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy
The lovely Amy B. of Crafty Balboa was very kind to feature me as one of the artists participating in Crafty Balboa's winter show.
Must Have Cute
Masters of None "I 'heart' you" cards were overwhelmingly deemed cute.
I was recently featured in a segment about NextFab Studios for WHHY's Friday Arts. Check out the segment on the above link. Skip right to chapter 2 of the video.
Linda Magazine, a very sleek, very stylish magazine out of the Netherlands found my work online. They liked it so much they decided to put it in their May issue. It's not online, but you can see pics of the article and magazine on my blog.
Pendleton was recently emancipated from The Man and found himself casting about for a creative diversion. His aesthetic is minimal; his tone very much tongue-in-cheek. Look for hearts with cut-out nooses, knives, and guns in red or black enamel or natural colored bamboo.
These past two years have been a hell of a ride, making Philly one of the, er, hypest places to be, and more importantly, be from. Rock your locality with one of these fine acrylic laser cut pendants designed by local Sharif Pendleton.