Art Design Fabrication specializes in a wide range of services for artists and designers to provide the highest quality digital and hand crafted unique works of art and design integrating digital and traditional technologies and processes. We take great pride in our innovative approaches that represent the most contemporary approaches to art-making. We work with artists and design studios to consult, produce and provide services for projects from concept to completion. If you are interested in working with us or learning more about ADF, please contact us via our contact page or by calling us at 443-770-2782.
KARI BRITTA LORENSON | TEXTILE STUDIO
Specializing in custom textile and surface design, digital embroidery, automated long arm sewing, textile design, weaving and utilizing digital technology for a variety of fiber, textile and sculptural applications. Lorenson is an artist with a sculpture background in traditional and digital processes, educator and technical consultant with over a decade of experience in design, the visual arts and facilitating creativity. Lorenson was lead designer in creating the Nature and Technology Lab as well as founding the Fibers and Materials Study Lab at the School of Visual Arts NYC. An expert in emerging technology and workflows that experiment with traditional and progressive technologies in both sculpture and fibers. In March of 2014, Lorenson founded Knotwe, a popular online platform for artists, designers and craft professionals innovating at the forefront of craft, art, design, tradition and technology in fiber arts, textiles and surface design.
Lorenson specializes in large format digital embroidery, automated long quilting, digital textile printing as well as patterning, specialized sewing and surface design.
ERIK S. GUZMAN | 3D FABRICATION STUDIO
An accomplished artist, educator, and digital fabrication consultant with over 20 years of experience in CNC technologies, and decades of traditional sculptural experience, he is highly sought after for his understanding of materials, process, industrial level workflows and engineering. Guzman has traveled around the world consulting with hundreds of artists, organizations on numerous projects both in the public art sector and for private works. He pioneered one of the first digital fabrication labs in an educational institution at the School of Visual Arts in New York City developing innovative workflows that use cutting edge technology and software.
Guzman's artwork has exhibited in museums and galleries around the world. His most recent public art project, The Weather Beacon was installed in New York City's Financial District in Lower Manhattan in 2010, receiving international attention for innovation and masterful engineering. Guzman's work has been covered by numerous publications such as Art Forum, Art In America, Brooklyn Rail, Sculpture and numerous other media sources. He is a featured artist in Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-Edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art written by Arthur I. Miller published 2014.