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We're thrilled to launch a new collection of six limited edition prints and limited edition apparel with Brazil-based French artist Elsa Leydier. Leydier's seductive photographs challenge our preconceptions of the picture perfect exotic paradise. She deconstructs the tropical paradigm whilst also adopting its motifs as her own. Elsa Leydier was awarded the Maison Ruinart Prize in 2019 and was featured as a Foam Magazine Talent to watch in 2020.
Elsa Leydier was awarded the Maison Ruinart Prize in 2019 and was featured as a Foam Magazine Talent to watch in 2020. She graduated from École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie in Arles in 2015. Leydier exhibited at Transatlántica in 2019 at Paris Photo, at the Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon and at Galerie Intervalle in Paris. She is the winner of the 2019 Dior Photography Award for Young Talents.
Learn more in our interview with the artist.
The nights are drawing in as summer comes to an end but there's still time for a few more parties! Our sunset logo capsule collection captures the colours of the final rays of summer.
We’re proud to showcase a selection of prints and apparel created in collaboration with New York photographer Charlie Rubin. Rubin has worked with the likes of VICE, I-D and MOMA and has exhibited internationally. Taking inspiration from the city streets, he has a rare talent for capturing beauty in discreet overlooked moments. Take a closer look at his stunning collection.
Charlie Rubin lives and works in New York, USA. Rubin was the recipient of the Foam Talent award in 2013. The following year, he published his first photo book Strange Paradise (Conveyor Arts, 2014) followed by ‘Spit, Scratch, Smile’ (Printed Matter, 2021). In 2015, he held his first solo exhibition, “Intervention,” at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles and has been included exhibitions at PCNW in Seattle, Rosfoto in St. Petersburg, Design Center Shanghai and Foley Gallery in New York City. His photographs have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, W, Vice, Cultured and Bloomberg Businessweek. His work is included in collections at the MoMA library, the Henry Art Museum in Seattle and Haverford College.
Learn more about him in our interview
Our OpenLab garments are made to order at a London based studio using organic, GOTS certified Bangladeshi fabric, in fair trade mills and factories.
Hanae Utamura's prints and apparel combine visual drama with a dizzying reminder of the immensity of the natural world. The series is called 'Irradiated Nature' and it reflects the artist’s interest in the history and politics of nuclear energy, considering the impact of its disposal as well as its revolutionary potential. See her complete collection.
Hanae Utamura was born in Iberaki, Japan and is currently based between New York and Tokyo. She holds a BFA from Goldsmiths College, London (2004) and an MFA from University of the Arts, London (2010).
Selected solo exhibitions include 'The Blue' at Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo, U.S (2019), 'Weather Constellation' at Rosenberg Gallery, Hofstra University, NY (2018) and 'Holiday at War', Shiseido Art Egg Award, Shiseido Art Gallery, Tokyo (2018).
Read more about Utamura in our interview here
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