A Zeitguised reimagination of the Spring 2014 Women’s Collection by Comme des Garçons / Rei Kawakubo.
The motion triptych shows an interpretation of what the initial concepts would have looked liked if they were not realised as a line of runway clothes but spontaneously realized themselves as autonomous life forms.
The project was initially suggested by Erik Madigan Heck and Antonio Trecel-Diaz.
With additional animation by Derya Ötztürk.
Sound by Michael Fakesch.
The original artwork in HD is sold in a limited edition exclusively on Sedition Art.
Hello everyone, today we are excited to feature a new PFC Band video, “Fannie Mae” Live from Byron Bay Blues festival in Australia. It features Grandpa Elliott, from the streets to the stage to hearts of the people. This song is a tribute to everyone living through the blues. Keep on keeping on, with love and Music.
PFC 3 “Songs around the world” coming soon!! 3 years, 31 countries and a whole lot of love
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The production of the Jacquard-woven fabric used in the creation of Gary Graham’s ensemble represents a collaboration between the designer’s team and the Rhode Island School of Design. Pattern designer John Dana Palermo and textile designer Gina Gregorio worked with Ana Codorean in the Rhode Island School of Design Textile Department to create the woven cloth using Pointcarré software. The entire process was recorded in part because “the Jacquard loom there is amazing. It is in this garage and it is really phenomenal.”
Graham had the fabric for each individual pattern piece meticulously woven separately. One of the biggest challenges was achieving the right size and scale of the motif for each pattern piece in order to give the ensemble depth and a modern feel. The result is an innovative pattern of stars and snowballs that decreases in size as the eye travels upward from the hem of the coatdress: “It really should look as if it’s rocketing up.”