This zine combines art and fashion to support indigenous artists in the Central Desert

Words by Ruby Staley

With proceeds donated to the Yarrenyty Arltere Artists in Alice SPrings.

When Polly Borland met Jacqueline Hunt and Patrick Blue of Jac+ Jack, it was love at first sight. A strictly professional and creative love, of course.

While sharing the same building for their respective studios in Los Angeles, they bonded over their shared love for colour and texture.

Jac+ Jack commissioned the Australian artist to create a series of images, and thus their professional collaboration began. 

The Polly Borland Project Zine is the sum of these images.

The 15-page compilation primarily features imagery of oversized tubes constructed from a 100% cashmere knit. The tubes have been manipulated into sculptural forms and each of the images was captured by Polly herself.

The zine is currently going for $10 a pop with all proceeds going to the Yarrenyty Arltere Artists in Alice Springs, an Indigenous Australian not-for-profit organisation.

You can purchase a copy of The Polly Borland Project at all Jac+ Jack stores and online.


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