Bec Brittain

When Sight Unseen first covered Brooklyn-based designer and bug-sculptor Bec Brittain, we compared her to a "longhorn beetle wearing grasshopper wings," torn between her love of fine art and her burgeoning design career. But it turns out Brittain was born to flit effortlessly between disciplines, and since leaving a job in the studio of Lindsey Adelman, she's both shown at an art gallery and developed her own lighting line, some of which is produced by Matter in New York. In addition, she's begun making hand-woven leather jewelry inspired in equal parts by bondage and summer camp, several pieces of which are available exclusively through Sight Unseen.


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