I felt pulled to illustrate the human connection with technology; both in the topical sense of composition, tone, and color-
in terms of television and radio functions.
The static, the frey and the idea of living in the “In-between” are all jargon and concepts that interests me in
designing the new collection.
I HAVE ALWAYS HAD AN OBSESSION WITH THE PAST, FEELING LIKE I WAS BORN IN THE WRONG TIME I CAN PIN POINT SEVERAL MOMENTS IN HISTORY THAT I FEEL A KIN TO, WHILE IN REALITY ONLY KNOWING THEIR SOUNDS AND SIGHTS THROUGH TECHNOLOGY.
Fashion is and always will be a driving force behind my work/ The swinging sixties gave us the sexual revolution, gay liberation and epic color blocking.
using thAT childhood vantage of VHS tapes, polaroids and Super 8 cameras, THE FRAMING ALWAYS STOOD OUT TO ME.
After reading "Widow Basquiat; A Love Story" i was both enthralled and even more curious how the late visual Artist, JEAN MICHEL, lived his life THROUGH the comforts of others.
bASQUAIT would watch tv and write down the words he saw, TURNED IT INTO ART-THEN SOLD IT TO THE VERY PEOPLE HE WAS POINTING THE TRIGGER AT. ITS A FULL CIRCLE "ART OF TV" ITSELF.
The film Dunkirk was a huge source of inspiration in terms of color. 100%. The cinematography and scale of the film just added more avenues and depths to how many blues you can get from one beach over a course of time.