Amazingly ridiculous neon neo-90′s rave monsters from future primitive fashion line Casette Playa.
Top left: Crash, Wreck, Accident (thursday bonus for jenny) Top right: Boy-King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, Bottom left: Italian Girl, Italian Greyhounds (in progress), Bottom right: Bus Stop (Cheers). Lauren is a freelance illustrator living in Chicago, a graduate of Rhode Island school of Design.
At the root of Matthew Monahan’s sculptures and drawings are physical attributes common to all humans: the face and the body itself.
Jeff Soto recently opened his newest exhibition, “Turning in Circles” at the Riverside art museum last weekend. Many of Soto’s works include references to the natural world and organic phenomena, whether in his titles such as “Cold Ice Age,” “Butterfly Swarm,” “Wild Growth,” or within visual iconography, ranging from plant-like root tendrils curling around the frames. Yet within these seemingly pastoral suggestions, Soto overlays a grid of human technology, destruction, violence. Highly influenced by graffiti, illustration, murals, comic book art and other forms of non-traditional visual expressions, Soto creates a fanciful hyper-colored world that playfully examines the age old battle between man, machine and nature, played out through technicolor characters and settings.
We’ve been spending a lot of time at the warehouse lately scrutinizing every little detail on our samples.
It may look like we used 20 different screens to make the “Color Blind” shirt pictured above but it was only achieved with the use of a four color printing process!
You may remember James Callahan’s Barf shirt from a few seasons back. Well he is back at it again making some of the most gruesome, amazing, and face melting designs for our spring and summer 09 line. If you could only see what this design looks like once it has the rest of its colors!