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story / Stephanie Malik

photos /Tonje Thilesen

art direction + styling / Phil Gomez

2018 marked the 5th installment idiosyncratic FORM music festival, which takes place annually in the isolated, self-sustaining, futuristic, carless, eco-utopian community of Arcosanti, Arizona. It is immediately obvious that this surreal, experimental town that plays host to the FORM festival is integral to fostering the open collaborative artistic atmosphere that is so unique to the festival itself.

Within this environment, FORM has thrived spawning numerous collaborative efforts, including the photo series presented here, which exclusively premieres the newest work by the highly sought after LA-based designer Eleanore Guthrie of Knorts. Here Guthrie brazenly takes her Knorts label into new territory by debuting her first ever all-black collection, “K-noir-ts” in an avant-garde conceptual series titled “COMMON THREAD’ Shot on site around Arcosanti during the festival modeled entirely by artists performing at FORM. Art Directed and styled by frequent Hundred Waters collaborator Phil Gomez and shot by Berlin-based photographer Tonje Thilesen, the following images along with a playlist featuring the artist in the series effortlessly capture the easy, natural, airy, and experimental atmosphere cultivated by this one-of-a-kind environment.

Nicole Miglis / Hundred Waters

Kenzie / @kenzie.tth

Julie Bryne / @juliemariebyrne

Jean / @theogm999

Nandi Rose Plunkett /@halfwaif  

Eaddy/ @Ho99o9

Lætitia/ @vagabonvagabon

Trayer / Hundred Waters / @trayert

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