Morgan Pinder has been dabbling in community art for about 3 years now. She has run workshops for school age children including making felted dreadlocks and paper sculptures. Also she has been a participant in the wearable art award for the past three years, making largely dark, gothic and over the top plays on the fashion of the scene.

The pieces are usually literary inspired, the 2009 "Tea party" was largely centered on Alice in Wonderland and the ridiculous decadence and chaos of Lewis Carol's Madhatter. She is just starting to branch into offbeat rockabilly graphic design using altered and spliced 1950's style pin up girl's as imagery for clothing. She tries to use as many recycled or found materials as possible for her clothing creations, children's workshops and wearable art. Her favorite mediums are undoubtedly paper sculpture and digital graphic design.

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