Fictive Fingers Studio by Aisah and Hani Dalduri

Fictive Fingers

I’m so delighted to have recently made the acquaintance of two more print and paper artists!

Earlier this year, self-taught artists (and sisters!) Aisah and Hani Dalduri quit their day jobs and opened a printmaking studio in a heritage building in Chinatown. Fictive Fingers Studio specializes in handprinted textiles and papers and has developed a sweet line of products, ranging from apparel to stationery. “We sew and print and paint everything,” Aisah tells me. “Just the two of us.” Their latest collection of handprinted home goods and paper products, Spring Kingdom, is now available in their relaunched Etsy shop. Their surface patterns are delicate and organic. I’ve my eye on their fabric sampler; I see a small quilt in my near future!

The women of Fictive Fingers Studio also teach workshops in their Sago Street space. This month, the Dalduri sisters will be conducting an apron making workshop on May 24 and a three-part introductory silkscreen printing workshop on consecutive Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. For full class descriptions, costs, and registration information, please contact hello@fictivefingersstudio.com.

Connect with Fictive Fingers on Facebook and follow on Twitter.

(Additional credits: Photographs by Fictive Fingers Studio; photo layout via Pugly Pixel.)