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Iris Van Herpen, SS21 couture The visionary Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen is a voracious researcher, whose works exist at the nexus of art, science and fashion. In her couture collection for Spring-Summer 2021, the Amsterdam-based designer reproduced the fluttery moves of deep-sea organisms. Centred on the movement, the collection offered breathing, reverberating, flowy garments. Image source: Pinterest
The Milan-based NM3 studio upholds the venerated traditions of the Italian postwar design with their minimalist and streamlined creations. In 2021, the studio crafted a set of clean-cut metallic chairs and a table for the newly opened Sunnei headquarters. Made of shiny steel and delightfully lightweight, the set can be seen in their sunlit garden. NM3 for Sunnei headquarters in Milan, 2021 Image source: wallpaper.com
Tyrrel Winston, R.O.I., 2019 Image source: Photography by Sue Kwon courtesy of the artist and Library Street Collective Tyrrel Winston @tyrrellwinston is a New York-based artist who became famous for his neat and geometrical arrangements of found objects. With a predilection for the used and discarded, Winston creates compositions that consist of deflated basketballs and cigarette butts. Created with an unwavering affection for NYC and its neighbourhoods, his installations invite thoughts about the stories behind the now-discarded objects.
Guerra de la Paz, Mort, 2010 Guerra de la Paz is an ongoing collaborative project by the Miami-based Cuban artists Alain Guerra and Neraldo de la Paz. The duo create installations, using discarded clothes and found objects. Multilayered and voluminous, their artworks deliver a striking critique of overconsumption. In their installation Mort from 2010, the artists create a metaphor for the suffocating, murderous impact of our current consumption and disposal practices. Image source: artworksforchange.org
Murray Fredericks, from the series Vanity, 2003 – 2017 Image source: Murray Fredericks Between 2003 and 2017, the Australian photographer Murray Fredericks @murray_fredericks_photography undertook twenty journeys to the desert lake Eyre to place a rectangular mirror into the salty water. His experiments resulted in the series Vanity, comprising a cluster of stunningly beautiful, surreal images. The photographs present ethereal, seemingly alien landscapes with no people in sight, questioning society's preoccupation with self-image. Serene and arresting, the photographs offer a subtle critique of the human impact on the planet.
Ryan Willms for the T-Shirts by STÜSSY book, published by IDEA, 2016 The 2016 book, published by the London-based IDEA @idea.ltd, looks back at the game-changing legacy of STÜSSY @stussy tees. Curated by stylist Alastair McKimm @alastairmckimm and creative director Ryan Willms @r_willms, the book compiles the Californian barnd's signature T-shirts, from the 1980s up until now. To photograph the T-shirts – the crisp ones from recent collections and the archive yellowed ones – the project has enlisted help from STÜSSY's longtime collaborators such as Alasdair McLellan @alasdairmclellan. Showcasing the iconic and subversive designs, with their signature handwriting and tongue-in-cheek prints, the publication highlights the enormous impact STÜSSY has made on contemporary fashion. The pioneer of elevated streetstyle, STÜSSY is the brand that recognised the power of collaboration early on, celebrating communities and subcultures. Image source: Pinterest
Francis Alÿs, Paradox of Praxis I, 1997 In 1997, Francis Alÿs pushed a block of ice through the streets of Mexico for nine hours. The surreal exercise resulted in the first video for his series Paradox of Praxis (Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing). Whether you see the work as a comment on the futility of labour or a loving tribute to Mexico City, it is a compelling example of Alÿs' aesthetics. In his work, the Belgian-born, Mexico-based artist blends the absurd, the poetical and the political. Image source: brittanica.com
Pamphlet announcing the Art Strike 1990–93 The Art Strike 1990 – 1993 is one of the late-twentieth-century initiatives promoting art's closer engagement with politics. The Art Strikes in the US and Britain called on to artists to abstain from cultural production to promote their ethical and political views. The Art Strikes have also been criticised for the inefficacy of their methods. Image source: newmuseum.org
If, in front of an image by @princejyesi you don't immediately know, whether you are looking at a photo or a painting, that's precisely how the artist wanted you to feel. The 27-year old Ghanian photographer is celebrated for his artful, colourful and emotive pictures, shot with an iPhone. Joyful and brightly hued, his images aim to subvert the stereotypical narratives about life in Africa. As Gyasi said in an interview with CNN, "I want artists in Africa to stop painting sad stories about our kids. We should do better, by inspiring and impacting people." One of the five most in-demand artists on Artsy and former collaborator of Virgil Abloh, Gyasi is definitely making an impact. First Slide: Prince Gyasi, La Pureté, 2019 Second Slide: Prince Gyasi, Protection II, 2020 Image source: Artsy.com
One of Alexander McQueen's most memorable collections, SS98 followed in the steps of the blockbuster 'Dante' and 'Highland Rape' shows, channelling Lee McQueen's signature dark sensuality. During the show's finale, the runway and white-clad models were sprinked with water and yellow paint. Presented at a garage close to Victoria station in London, initially, the show was supposed to be called 'The Golden Shower'. The controversial name was changed, after a request from a sponsor. From Alexander McQueen SS98, the Untitled show Image source: Pinterest
Maison Martin Margiela Tabi boots, from the brand's colections between 1989 – 2009 Taken from the 2009 Maison Martin Margiela @margielaarchive book, this image showcases the various Tabi designs from the brand's collections. Martin Margiela's signature and, perhaps, best-known design, the Tabi encapsulates the experimental and quietly off-kilter style of the brand. Since the 1990s, the Tabi shoe remains one of the most hankered-after pieces among design lovers. Image source: Wallpaper.com
Murjoni Merriweather, from the Grillz Collection, 2018 Murjoni Merriweather creates an ode to Black beauty, one sculpture at a time. To create her signature busts, the 26-year old artist uses layers of colourful braids and clay, adorning her characters with hoop earrings and golden grills. Each of @mvrjoni s busts have a name. "I want people to actually sit with the name, take time with it, understand it, and respect it," she says. Image source: Pinterest
Denisse Ariana Pérez, from the series “Men and Water”, 2019 The body is the favourite subject of the Caribbean-born, Copenhagen-based multihyphenate Denisse Ariana Pérez @denisseaps. In her photographs, the artist shows bodies stripped of clothes and social conventions and, more often than not, submerged in water. Her subjects seem relaxed, serene and peaceful, their faces are often concealed, and their eyes are closed. Pérez' series "Men and Water" consists of images she took in Benin and shows young men bathing and floating in rivers. As the artist explains: "Water can disarm even the most armed of facades. Becoming one with water is not about rushing but rather about flowing. And flowing is the closest thing to being." Image source: Instagram
"Yoon Young Bae, model, portrait Image source: Elite Models A lovely shot of Yoon Young Bae we came upon during our research. Designated the ""Korean model of the moment"" by Vogue, the 24-year old Yoon @mulan_bae hails from South Korea. One of Miuccia Prada's models of choice, she has also walked the runway for Chanel, Celine and Valentino. In 2018, Yoon Young Bae graced the New Frontiers cover of the British Vogue alongside Adut Akech @adutakech and Radhika Nair among others.."
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