Rebecca Paul

 
Rebecca PaulRebecca is a designer, portrait painter, installation artist and writer. After receiving her B.F.A. from the Savannah College of Art and Design, Rebecca moved to Los Angeles, where she worked as a resident artist for The Hive Gallery and Studios in the emerging downtown art scene. During her time on the West Coast she also acted as a freelance curator, producing several art shows converting raw spaces throughout the city into dynamic backdrops for a variety of mediums. Uninspired by the contemporary art market, Rebecca is currently living in Brooklyn and has shifted her career path to focus on sustainable design and architecture. She plans to pursue her master's degree in industrial design, so she can further her contribution to the field.

Follow Rebecca on Twitter @skit123.

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Suno, Shantell Martin’s Ethically Made T-Shirt, Dress Benefit Arts Education

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INTERVIEW: Bahar Shahpar and Tara St. James Talk Sustainable Design Education at Guilded

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Alba Prat’s “Synthetic Oceans” is Wetsuit Couture With a Green Message

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Mrs. Jermyn Turns Castoff Men’s Shirts Into Adorable Teddy Bears

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Pantene Rolls Out First Sugarcane-Based Plastic Packaging

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RoboCop-Like Glasses Will Scan, Identify 400 Faces Per Second at Brazilian World Cup

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Modern Diamonds: Reclaimed Wood Gems by Something’s Hiding in Here

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Well-Dressed: Prix-Prix Makes Wallets from Recycled Neckties, Suits

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Tara St. James Owes New York Fashion Week Debut to Power of the Internet

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5 Eco-Friendly, All-Natural Moisturizing Conditioners

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