This inventive CMYK alphabet has been hand embroidered by Evelin Kasikov, a London based designer with a very analytical approach to craft.
Evelin found that by stitching two overlapping CMYK thread colours at 90 and 45 degrees, an ‘analogue halftone’ is created.
Originally the alphabet was created as a typographic experiment but once the technique was refined it enabled the creation of some elaborate and fantastic typographic posters like the one at the bottom.
These gorgeous dresses are part of an awesome series entitled Wearable Foods. Created by Korean artist Yeonju Sung, each of these beautiful garments was elaborately made of edible materials such as red peppers, eggplants, bananas, green onions, lotus roots, white radishes, tomatoes, and red cabbage. The bottom two pieces are made of bubble gum.
While one may categorically define Sung’s good-enough-to-eat collection as sculptural foodwear, it is just as much a photographic series. The artist explains, “I create my own world of reality by generating a completely different set of images that contradict the conventional notion of food and clothes. As time goes by, the food from my work do go through a progression of disappearance due to the nature of food and gets gradually changed into the hideous state fading its shape and color in the process…”
So excited for my friends IN DANTE’S ECLIPSE who are supporting WEDNESDAY 13 tonight! I’m their official merch model so check them out at Facebook.com/InDantesEclipse @flizzjamin. #goth #rock #metal #gothic #indanteseclipse #ide #band #wednesday13 #hardrock #glam #horror #blackswanpersona #gig #alternative #igdaily #igaddict #picoftheday
This was a fantastic gig and I am glad they are coming to Birmingham to support Help for Heroes !