Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here. Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here. Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here. Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here. Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here. Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here.

Photos I took while working with writer Stacey Anderson on a Buzzfeed article about DJ Borgore. See the article and pictures here.

Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon!  Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon!  Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon!  Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon!  Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon!  Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon! 

Install shots from New Distractions at AMO with Cait Oppermann. I’ll be putting the actual images that were in the show on my website soon! 

caitoppermann:

Yael and I will be traveling for 20 days in October and are looking for someone to sublet our place while we’re gone. For anyone who wants to get out of where they live for three weeks, we’re happy to give a good deal (especially if you water our plants and collect our mail while we’re gone.)

CAITOPPERMANN @ GMAIL . COM

Stay in our cool apartment in Crown Heights, Brooklyn for a bit! 

YAELYAEL.MALKA@GMAIL.COM

Prep in studio

Deinstall done

Come see me and @caitoppermann’s work @amo_studios. We’re here til 8 today and til 6ish tomorrow. You can also view me doing a hand stand.

Cait and I will be showing all new work at our show tonight. I’ll have some photos and sculpture and Cait will have photos, drawings and furniture. Come stop by! AMO⎪106 Eldridge St. NY, NY. 6-9

Outtake from a shoot for Buzzfeed this past weekend on Governor’s Island.

C-printing again 😍

caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture
I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.
Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  
I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.
I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.
I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.
The Ozlöw Table - $125
The Black Cherry Table - $85
Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.
More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool! caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture
I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.
Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  
I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.
I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.
I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.
The Ozlöw Table - $125
The Black Cherry Table - $85
Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.
More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool! caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture
I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.
Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  
I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.
I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.
I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.
The Ozlöw Table - $125
The Black Cherry Table - $85
Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.
More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool! caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture
I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.
Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  
I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.
I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.
I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.
The Ozlöw Table - $125
The Black Cherry Table - $85
Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.
More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool! caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture
I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.
Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  
I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.
I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.
I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.
The Ozlöw Table - $125
The Black Cherry Table - $85
Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.
More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool! caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture
I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.
Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  
I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.
I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.
I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.
The Ozlöw Table - $125
The Black Cherry Table - $85
Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.
More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool!

caitoppermann:

Cait Oppermann - Furniture

I’m excited to finally share some of the furniture I’ve been working on.  I’ve been doing a lot of non-photo stuff recently and it’s nice to get excited about some of the stuff that I’ve wanted to do for a while, but haven’t let myself get caught up in.

Here are two tables that I sketched out a while back and have finally completed in the last few weeks.  

I love making art objects that are also functional. The water in the legs of The Ozlöw Table can be switched out to fit a desired occasion.  I stuck with red on all of the legs, but for a party, one has the ability to unscrew the legs from the cap and change the color of the water.

I’ve also been exploring forced functionality in that in my furniture projects I inject some kind of suggestion for how the furniture should be used.  In The Black Cherry Table, I suggest that the Brooklyn Roasting Company lid be used as a drink holder.  On other pieces, I’ve inserted a ring into the table’s design to urge you to hook your keys so that they aren’t lost next time you go searching for them.

I’m looking forward to posting more furniture here.  And they’re all for sale! In my furniture, I attempt to create art objects that are both useful and affordable.  A conversation-starter for visiting guests. Though each piece will have many similar iterations, all pieces are unique.

The Ozlöw Table - $125

The Black Cherry Table - $85

Email caitoppermann@gmail.com with questions.

More photos here.

Cait’s been making a lot of furniture and it’s really cool!