Works on Paper - Volume 2
Works on Paper - Volume 2
Works on Paper - Volume 2
Works on Paper - Volume 2

Works on Paper - Volume 2

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This is the second volume of the art journal Works on Paper, which will be published once a year by Permanent Collection. Works on Paper provides a format for the co-founders of Permanent Collection, Mariah and Fanny, to commission original research, creative writing and criticism relating to art and design. Each volume, designed by award-winning London-based design studio, A Practice for Everyday Life, is printed in small runs in London and intended to be collectable. While the elegant blind-debossed cover design will remain, its color will change with each volume.

For Volume Two, Mariah and Fanny asked contributors to consider ideas around ‘permanence’. Contributors include the following roster of acclaimed writers, artists, curators and critics: Alejandro de Ávila B., Mark Danner, Ben Eastham, Ann Hamilton, Alex Heminway, Fionn Meade, Marina McDougall, Wes Rozen, Roger Salloch, Amy Sherlock and Stephen Thomas. 

Blind-debossed front and back cover

32 pages

Full color

Printed in London

About the Brand

Launched in 2016, Permanent Collection is a line of clothing, accessories and objects based on historical and contemporary originals. Permanent Collection collaborates with craftspeople in the United States, Europe and Japan to produce small runs of new products using high quality materials and unique processes: timeless objects and garments for a modern lifestyle. 

Daughters of legendary Northern Californian artist JB Blunk and world-renowned chef Alice Waters, respectively, co-founders Mariah Nielson and Fanny Singer met in London while studying design and art history. They recognized in each other a shared set of values, in relation to fashion and personal style, but also to how they approached design and art. They began Permanent Collection by selecting a group of historical designs they felt were elegant, minimal and versatile: the types of pieces they believed could become the staples of anyone's personal “permanent collection.”

Permanent Collection offers instant heirlooms: understated yet indispensable pieces that will never go out of style.


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