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Matriarchy Exhibition by Horrible Adorables @ Stranger Factory

The cute and ever so beautiful couple Horrible Adorables are heading over to Stranger Factory next month for a new solo show – Matriarchy. Oh, the grand ol’ Duke of plush!

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From the pieces we’ve seen so far, this is going to be a great show. If you’re in the Stranger Factory area on Friday 7th July, you should defo head down to their gallery to check out the opening reception.

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OPENING RECEPTION: 7th July 6-9pm (CT)

OPEN: 7-30th July

WHERE: Stranger Factory, Albuquerque

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Want to know more about Horrible Adorables? Well, Stranger Factory has kindly sent us a synopsis about the HA couple from Ohio! You can take a read below…

[quote cite=”Stranger Factory”]Horrible Adorables current body of work depicts matriarchal societies in the form of anthropomorphized creatures. It shows the social dynamics between royalty and their subjects; from those loyally serving their ruler to the fate of doomed queens after a revolt. Our hybrid creature interpretations are loosely based on matriarchies in the animal kingdom, where females reign supreme.

Horrible Adorables are the creations of Jordan Elise Perme and Christopher Lees; a wife and husband team from Cleveland, Ohio. They met at the Cleveland Institute of Art where Jordan graduated with her BFA in Fiber & Material Studies, and Chris was pursuing training in fine arts after completing his BS in Mechanical Engineering.

Jordan and Chris bring their soft sculptures to life by meticulously arranging patterns of felt scales onto hard carved forms. The resulting characters have qualities that are both cartoonish and eerily realistic at the same time. Horrible Adorables are strange hybrid creatures from a fantastical word. Their facial expressions and postures reveal recognisably human emotions as they interact with one another. Horrible Adorables can be found online and at indie craft fairs, galleries, and boutiques across the globe.

In addition to Horrible Adorables, Jordan also works as a freelance toy and textile designer. She has proudly worked for companies such as Little Tikes, Hasbro and Joann Fabrics.[/quote]

You should totally go give Horrible Adorables a follow on Facebook & Instagram!

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