Anne Marie Sumner
Hygienic Dress League
– Hosted at Jam Handy
part of a series on Work
After graduating with BFA degrees (Andy in Graphic Design from Leeds, UK and mine in Photography from CCS in Detroit) we both moved to New York City to work in our fields. We met at Trunk Archive, both working as photo retouchers. We moved to Red Hook, Brooklyn, just a few blocks away from Stumptown Coffee Roasters new roastry location. In 2010, we decided to move back to Detroit and start The Red Hook. We proudly serve Stumptown Coffee.
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(COMPLIMENTARY) TICKETS WILL GO LIVE ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH: http://creativemornings.com/talks/hygienic-dress-league
Doors open for coffee and mingling at 8:30. The talk will begin at 9:00.
Hygienic Dress League (HDL) is an American corporation registered in 2007 by husband and wife visual artists Steve and Dorota Coy for the sole purpose of self-promotion through branding and advertising. They do not manufacture or sell anything. In an attempt to equalize prolific corporate advertisements and over commercialization with the presence of art, HDL uses the platform of street art and public art to create their own marketing campaign and bring art to the masses, just as corporations have done with advertising. Their campaigns also serve as a platform for critiquing greed, corporate values, over consumption, the art market, and the art world itself. HDL relies on the foundations of street art, but emphasizes creative work that transcends murals and the muralism movement. The artists have produced several works ranging from fleeting projections, toilet paper adverts, video holograms through steam vents, and augmented reality.
2900 E. Grand Blvd
Detroit, Michigan United States