Donna McCullough is an outstanding artist whose work can be seen at the superb Morpeth Contemporary in New Jersey. McCullough developed her admirable dress sculptures in the mid 90’s while she struggled to navigate the corporate arena. These clever pieces contemplate a wide array of feminine themes by employing a fashion standard often associated with […]
Converse kicks off its hundredth anniversary with 1HUND(RED), a special artist series with proceeds going to the Global Fund. The project is a year-long release of shoes designed by notable artists, including Auckland-based illustrator, Dennis Juan Ma, whose shoe [above] is number twenty in the series.
The t-shirt range of Lollipop Loretta is essentially a bright and bubbly collection of wearable art. There are only two of each shirt in each size and the illustrative monster characters are printed on quality American Apparel shirts. Fun!