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The Textile Eye, Issue 3 Fall 2019

Behind the Scenes: Studio Visit with Fog & Fury

A tangling of raw fibers that result in a celebration of the beauty of imperfection, Kristin Kelly Colombano’s felt fabrics are the essence of slow design.

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California Home + Design

Shop the Look: The Writer’s Room at the SF Decorator’s Show House
By Abigail Stone

The room needed something old and something feminine. The vintage chaise was the perfect piece to do both. The chaise was rebuilt and upholstered in with a Fog & Fury hand-felted wool, silk and mohair textile.

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California Home + Design

San Francisco's Fog & Fury reinvigorates the art of handmade wool felt
By Robyn Wise

In the hands of San Francisco artist Kristin Kelly Colombano, traditional felting techniques have found new life, yielding an artisanal line of pillows, throws and one-off upholstery textiles known as Fog & Fury.

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C Home Fall 2017

Erik Hughes Points Out Six California Artisans to Know
By Anush Benliyan

 “It was love at first sight,” admits Hughes, claiming that Fog & Fury’s offerings are an exceptional addition to any interior. “What she creates is incredibly sophisticated and very familiar at the same time.”

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Home Accessories in Felt
By Jennifer Rhode

Felt is now being used as a fabrication for a range of home accessories that add both warmth and appeal to modern spaces. Fog & Fury’s pieces range from graphic striped and geometric designs to quieter compositions.