We’re starting today a series of new posts about colors.
From now on, every 15 days, we’ll publis an image of one of our exclusive design and we’ll give you the opportunity to download and use in your creations the color palette for the Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.).
Every image will show the color palette that you’ll be able to download and add to your color swatches.
Let us inspire you…
Here we go, holidays are almost over. Now we need some stimulus to renew creativity and imagination … In these last days of summer, we propose You a trip on Lake Como, to discover Alvaro Molteni, an excellent representative of our art: the textile design!
Could we possibly create a dazzling dress using spaghetti, ketchup and fries? The answer can be found admiring the creations of Edgar Artis and following his latest proposals on Instagram and Facebook.
Not much is known about him, except that he is an Armenian artist with an unbridled creativity, which every day becomes research, passion and fun, fascinating thousands of followers on the web.
Food, petals, leaves and even used matches. To Edgar there are no waste materials: everything can be transformed into art and, above all, everything can become fashionable.
The game is simple: once drawn on paper the face of the model, Edgar build up the dress by applying common materials, the ones that we all have at hand but we never thought to employ to create a sketch.
Also, sometimes this young artist likes to cut his fashion plates, overlapping the cut-out area to urban life scenarios or natural landscapes and obtaining absolutely amazing effects.
We broke up infected by Edgar’s freshness and creativity, becoming passionate new followers by return.
And what about you? Don’t you want to re-evaluate even onion skins?
All of us, suppliers of the chain linked to the “fashion design world,” we are no doubt moved by the attractive charm of fabrics, textile accessories and fashion in general. But the star of today has been able to translate that same passion in many forms, with an almost philosophical approach to this art, which is as complex as wonderful.