• Josef Albers

    Homage to the Square, 1951 Oil on Masonite 11 x 11 inches (27.9 x 27.9 cm)

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  • 2016 S/S

    LOOKBOOK

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  • ROAD TRIP

    NEW LOOKBOOK 'ROAD TRIP' COMING SOON

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  • TINT NEW POP

    2015 WINTER

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  • Brochure

    MILL STUDIO SHOW LOOM OPEN

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  • Nicole Phungrasamee Fein

    Nicole Phungrasamee Fein’s watercolor drawings are created one line at a time. From the slow accumulation of lines emerges a field. In her new work, wide lines are densely layered, resulting in atmospheric fields with an ambiguous sense of depth. The discipline of her practice makes for an experience both tense and tranquil.

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  • UNION TINT

    TINT 2015 SPRING

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  • Thread Drawing

    SHARON ETGAR Thread Drawing

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  • City Color

    2015 Spring Summer Look Book City Color Photographey Jang DuckYoung Styling TINT Model Ranma

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  • Dan Flavin

    untitled (to Piet Mondrian through his preferred colors, red, yellow and blue), 1986 Pink, yellow, blue, red, and daylight fluorescent light 80 modular units, each comprised of 2 ft. (61 cm) vertical fixtures adjacent to 16 in. (40 cm) circular fixtures; and four sections, running along the top of each wall: two sections, 36 ft. (1097.3 cm) wide; two sections, 60 ft. (1828.8 cm) wide untitled (to Piet Mondrian who lacked green) 2, 1986 Green fluorescent light four sections around the perimeter of the skylight: two sections, 24 ft. (731.5 cm) wide; two sections, 52 ft. (1585 cm) wide Photos courtesy of Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • NEW COLLECTION

    2015 WITER

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  • NEW LOOKBOOK

    2015 Winter 'UNION TINT' NEW LOOKBOOK

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  • Country P

    Min Song (b. 1982) lives and works in Chicago. Her work has recently been exhibited at Michael Jon, Miami, FL; Happy Collaborationists, Chicago, IL For Tromp L'oeil Depression, Song presents five new works each comprised of a box structure that sits on top of a large photographic decal adhered to the floor. The sides of the boxes have been surfaced in linoleum tiles and feature colorful, hand-cut inlays that portray reductive pictorial scenes of leisure and travel. Repeating shapes and hues create rhythmic configurations while the imagery of a distant horizon, dense foliage, and linear architecture allude to time spent wandering. The floor decals are abstract digital composites of material textures super-imposed with photographs. Source imagery, studio documentation, and a snapshot taken on a trip point towards different aspects of Song's artistic production and emphasize the overlap between studio practice and personal life. Conflating the presence and physicality of the boxes with the mobility and consumability of the pictures on the decals Song expands on the paradoxical relationship between object and image and further complicates their definitions when combined into a single form.

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  • TINT POST SARD

    2015 FALL POST CARD

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  • TINT POSTER

    2015 SPRING TINT BIG POSTER

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  • STUDIO NOMAD

    David Tarcali designed this novel COFFEE AND SIDE TABLE COLLECTION called ‘3LEGS’. The three different types of tables are inspired by geometric patterns and architectural shapes. The name 3LEGS reflects the simplicity of how these forms work in our everyday life. Each table is folded from a single sheet of 3mm-thick steel that gives it the distinctively abstract appearance seen from different perspectives.

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  • Look Book

    2015 Summer Lookbook

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