Evan Jerry’s Works Celebrate the Present and Future of Black Design

Recently, he debuted nine interior design sculptures that celebrate Black culture and craft at Love House in Brooklyn. During his debut at London Design Week in 2018, he showcased a Tulum collection of ceramic tiles in dirty increased, inspired by Mayan styles. His new portfolio of style pieces is more chiseled and textural, and expands on African influences either through its material, type, or both.
Developed as a metaphor for the Black experience, the containers are hand-turned and undergo a specialized burning procedure that results in a look that is both fluid and static.They are also time-intensive. He says that there is a big space in the style world for genuine voices telling stories about the Black experience. “What I am trying to achieve is to bring African cultural recommendations into the contemporary style aesthetic without looking clichéd.

Recently, he debuted nine interior style sculptures that commemorate Black culture and craft at Love House in Brooklyn. During his debut at London Design Week in 2018, he showcased a Tulum collection of ceramic tiles in dusty increased, motivated by Mayan styles. His new portfolio of style pieces is more textural and ripped, and broadens on African influences either through its material, form, or both. Designed as a metaphor for the Black experience, the containers are hand-turned and undergo a specialized burning process that results in a look that is both fluid and static.They are also time-intensive. He says that there is a big void in the style world for genuine voices telling stories about the Black experience.