The works of LIZETTE GRECO + GRECOLABORATIVO are the product of a full family collaboration, Rob and Lizette creating textile art, costumes, installations, video, conceptual art, and social practice art with their young daughter and son. Much of our work has been based on the children's drawings and made using only thrifted and recycled materials. We also accept commissions for pieces using drawings from other children. Our aim is to create artwork that celebrates a child's perspective of the world and will hopefully be passed from generation to generation.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or for updates and upcoming shows.
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Our Work

For a more detailed explanation of how we work.
Grecolaborativo is a portal to our many footprints on the web.
Lizette Greco is a gallery of our our work with children's drawings.
This Flickr photo blog is used to post frequent updates and show recent work.
Another photo blog highlights our inspirations and adventures.
Rob's Tumblr Blog shares our inspiration
We post the videos that we make on Vimeo.
Lizette's Tumblr cross posts with this Flickr blog.
Use Lizette's @lizgre and Rob's @rogre for immediate feedback

Our Etsy Shop often has a few items for sale.

Books and Magazines

Kids' Crafternoon Sewing: 25 projects for a crafty afternoon
by Kathreen Ricketson
July 2011

Root II featured in Small Magazine
Spring 2011, Issue No. 17

Kids-Life Magazin [German]
Art by Children's Drawings
January 2011

Whip Up Mini Quilts: Patterns and How-To for More Than 20 Contemporary Small Quilts
by Kathreen Ricketson
Chronicle Books
April 2010

Kids-Life Magazin [German]
February 2010

Tynaika [Greek]
July 2009

Gynaika Magazine [Greek]
June 2009

Kireei Online
May 2009

Play All Day: Design for Children
edited by R. Klanten and S. Ehmann
March 2009

Italian Vogue
March 2009 Issue

Gaga Magazine [Polish]
Issue no. 3
Autumn 2008

Small Magazine
Autumn 08, issue no. 7
D.I.Y. Dress Up - Wolf Costume

Educación y Sostenibilidad
2: Consumo Responsable
Otoño 2007
RCE Barcelona, Spain

Great American Artists for Kids: Hands-on Art Experiences in the Styles of Great American Masters
by MaryAnn F. Kohl & Kim Solga
Bright Ideas For Learning

by Therese Lasky
Chronicle Books

Plush-O-Rama: Curious Creatures for Immature Adults
by Linda Kopp
Lark Books

Plush You! Lovable Misfit Toys to Sew and Stuff
by Kristen Rask
North Light Books

Shows and Exhibits

South Park Quality Meats
Feast: The Art of Playing With Your Food
The New Children's Museum
October 2013
San Diego, California

Creative Team Residency
The New Children's Museum
May 2012
San Diego

Artist Advisory Board Members
The New Children's Museum
San Diego
2011- Present

Pop-up Shop: Objects of Desire
curated by The New Children's Museum
San Diego 2011 Contemporary Art Fair
Summer 2011
San Diego, California

Plush Art Summer Camp
The New Children's Museum
June 2011
San Diego, California

Wing It!
Improv Studio
The New Children's Museum
June 2011
San Diego, California

Craft on Tap
Mingei International Museum
April 2011
San Diego, California

Improv Studio
The New Children's Museum
February 2011
San Diego, California

Improv Studio
The New Children's Museum
August - October 2010
San Diego, California

South Park Quality Meats
March 2010
San Diego, California

Esto no es un almohadón
Primera Muestra Colectiva
Petite Gallerie, Sopa de Príncipe
March 2009
Buenos Aires, Argentina

South Park Quality Meats
February 2009
San Diego, California

Proyecto Güiña
FPA 2008 (Fondo de Protección Ambiental)
Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo de Recursos Educativos
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Sede Villarrica, Chile

Luv-able & Hug-able
Gallery Hanahou
December 2008
New York, New York

Sopa de Príncipe
May 2008
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mixed Nuts
May 2008
Adelaide, Australia

Plushed: Art Gone Soft
Patti and Rusty Rueff Galleries, Purdue University
January 2008
West Lafayette, Indiana

Luv-able & Hug-able
Gallery Hanahou
November 2007
New York, New York

Plush You! 3 at Schmancy
October 2007
Seattle, Washington

Medical Experiments in Plush: A Toy Show
curated by Stupid Creatures
March 2007
Asheville, North Carolina

Morphe II, A Soft Toy Exhibit
October 2006
Adelaide, Australia

Plush You! 2 at Schmancy
October 2006
Seattle, Washington

Toy Stories at Yo Yo Boutique
November 2005
Atlanta, Georgia

Plush You! at Schmancy
August 2005
Seattle, Washington

Craft, Art, and Designer Fairs

Flower Hill Art Showcase
Flower Hill Promenade
November 2009
Del Mar, California

Arts in Bloom Art Walk
Flower Hill Promenade
May 2009
Del Mar, California

Julie Vogel's Holiday Sale
December 2008
South Pasadena, California

Julie Vogel's Summer Sale
June 2007 and 2005
South Pasadena, California

XL Holiday Fair with Felt Club
December 2006
Los Angeles, California


KPBS Culture Lust
San Diego Family Masters of Halloween Costumes
Raising Artists in San Diego
October 2010

Work Mama [Russian]
December 2009

Gaga Magazine [Polish]
Issue no. 3
Summer 2009

Moloko+ Design Magazine [Russian and English]
Issue #6
July 2008

Featured Artist
Portals Zine
Summer 2007

Interview With Kristen Rask
Plush You! Blog
May 2007

Career Focus: Creative & Crafty
Mum and Working
April 2007

El Fantastico Mundo de Lizette Greco [Spanish]
Proyecto Pudú para Chile: One Laptop per Child
March 2007

Featured Seller
January 2007

Creative Sewing with Kids
Z Recommends
November 2006

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Testimonials (3)

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    Little Roy says:

    "She's makes wonderous creatures and knows a little BigFoot!"

    October 13th, 2007

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    catinoushka says:

    "Thank you for adding me as a contact. I am a big fan of your creations!"

    February 14th, 2007

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    bean MOST says:

    "What I love most about her work is that the soul of it is obviously childlike. Lately I've been really digging deeper into my childhood and relating that to my present situation. You come to learn a lot about yourself in that way. Connecting things. Children are so innocent, so uncontaminated, which I think make the best artists in a lot of situations. They realize the less obvious.

    I went to the store and bought a few of the childrens books I loved or always wanted, so I guess in a way I'm reliving it. The illustrations are amazing.

    One thing our teachers always say is: keep it personal and your work will be the most successful....i think you achieved that!"

    February 25th, 2005

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October 2004
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