Lindsey Whittle is a multimedia performance/fashion artist and print designer whose primary mediums are collaboration and color. The foundation of her work is the use of her daily garment compositions and wearable print language to carry conversations of her artwork experiences out of traditional art spaces and into her daily routine. Whittle is a professor/educator that has developed custom garment art and performance art programs for the Art Academy of Cincinnati since 2016. Whittle co-owns and co-instigates PIQUE experience gallery and Airbnb in Covington, Ky with her husband and fellow artist Clint Basinger and Annie Brown and Noel Maghathe. She holds a painting degree from the Art Academy of Cincinnati (2007), studied fashion design at the University of Cincinnati (2012), and has a masters in Fashion Body and Garment from the School of the Art Institute Chicago (2014). Whittle was the craft editor for Kiki Magazine (2012-2015) and taught English at a fashion high school in Gifu, Japan (2009). Whittle's work has been exhibited in Salem, MA, Chicago, IL, and Cincinnati, OH. PIQUE’s Airbnb has been featured in Architectural Digest and Whittle's artworks by Hyperallergic.