Adam Pogue is a textile artist based in Los Angeles, California. With studies in sculpture and architecture, Adam helped bring a new perspective to fashion while working for Nina Garduno at FREECITY. He has since created his own textile appliqué language, inspired by Korean Pojagi and quilting techniques found throughout the world.
Adam is represented by Commune for commissions and special projects. He also collaborates with the studio on a line of pillows and accessories made of textile remnants and fabrics that Commune finds along the way. Obi fabrics from a trip to Japan, army canvas used for upholstery, and discarded carpet and drapery are all reconfigured to create a new textile experience.