Mary Voorhees Meehan
Mary Voorhees Meehan is a graphic designer, conceptual artist, and amateur home economist residing in Brooklyn, NY. In 2012, she launched BAZAZAS, an odds and ends store on the Internet. She holds an AB in Architecture from Princeton University and an MFA in Graphic Design from the Yale School of Art. Clients and collaborators include: Areaware, The Center for Urban Pedagogy, Herman Miller, K-117, PS118 The Maurice Sendak Community School, The Yale School of Art, and The Whitney Museum, among others.
Rachel Domm is an artist living in Brooklyn NY. She has a BFA from Pratt Institute. Her work has been shown in group and solo shows, most notably Essex Flowers (2016, NY), Wythe Hotel (2015, Brooklyn), Picture Room (2014, NY), and Printed Matter (2013, NY). She has also published several artist books including BASKETS in 2015 and RUGS in 2013 with Miniature Garden (NY) and Window Diary in 2015 with Nieves (Zurich, Switzerland).
From the Blog:
Why Poo?: artists Rachel Domm and Mary Meehan are interviewed by Rachel's brother, Roman, who is 12 and Mary's daughter, Elizabeth, who is 5 about the card game, Number 2, which they created together for Areaware
Origin Story | Number 2: the story behind the elephant poop inspired memory game