What does it mean to stand in Unison? It’s where modern meets timeless, where original joins with versatile, where quality and transparency move forward in lockstep. This is our intersection, the space where our team sits rooted in modern perspective.
hand made &
Whenever possible we manufacture our
products and textile goods with the
highest quality and no compromise,
working with some of the oldest and best
mills in the world. Working with sewers
right in Chicago, allows us to oversee the
many details of our domestically
Founder of Chicago-based Prophet Gypsy Robot known for her love of repurposing + reusing materials. Learn more about our partnership with Prophet Gypsy Robot on the blog.
Andrew is an illustrator and printmaker who's sharp lines and simplified forms have always been signatures of his work. Andrew's Dove Natural Knit Blanket is the perfect combination of warmth, simplicity and joyful detail.
Through a partnership with The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Unison invited to students to share their talents in creating wallpaper patterns. Kelsey's contest winning design, Diamond Graphite, is inspired by tessellating tiles that fuses modern print with organic line work.
Alex Fuller is a SVP Design Director at the Leo Burnett Dept. of Design, co-founder of the artist collaborative, The Post Family and founder of 5 x 7 art books. Alex also enjoys playing his guitars, riding his bike to work, drawing squares and looking at picture books. Shop Alex Fuller for Unison.
Chad Kouri’s studio practice is influenced by conceptual and minimalist art, design and architecture, ethnography, visual literacy, and jazz. He is best known as a co-founder of the Chicago-based art and design incubator, The Post Family.
Artist, designer extraordinaire and serial entrepreneur, he certainly is a truly humble, down to earth, soft spoken man. We work with Cody to develop timeless and practical pieces for everyday. One of our favorites is the casual and versatile Longman & Eagle Reversible Quilt.
A most thoughtful artist and creative, Hillery is happiest making things by hand, painting, embroidering and weaving. We collaborated with her to bring our fabric scrap to life as magical dolls and mobiles. But her talents are also on display with bedding items such as the Heirloom Poppy Pillowcase.