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We’re honoured to work together with visual artist, Inkten on a series of both collaborative and original artwork (Originals by Inkten) created exclusively for us.
Our creative director Lully co-created this piece with Inkten in a collaborative effort. One of our favourite pieces in the series, pair this pleated kimono on top of any monochrome outfit to add a punch to your outfit. The loose style fits up to XXL.
The Design Story Inkten’s work takes on an analytical perspective on her view into the future of mark-making. She pushes and reconstructs the narrative of urban art-making into an immersive world of transcendent structures, patterns, and geometry.
“I have always been inspired by the potential of what a blank canvas can bring. I was drawn to the beauty of geometry during the process of simplifying my drawings into minimal lines and choose to create spontaneously,
Just following and feeling it through until it feels right. I take delight in creating something that comes purely from my consciousness and sensitivity without the representation of reality that unfolds in an unexpected and graceful approach.”
Thai Cotton Mix, Digitally printed and pleated
• Length:29.5" / 75cm
• Bust/Hip:48" / 114cm
• Width:44" / 107cm
• Armhole: 10.5" / 27cm
The loose style fits up to XXL.
Product Care Delicate cycle or hand wash. Hang to Dry. Do not iron.
About the artist Inkten also known as Nadirah Abdul Razak is a visual artist and co-founder of the visual art duo, The Ink & Clog. Her disciplines include being a graffiti practitioner that manifests from the mathematical calculation of geometry and abstract expressionism.
Adapting the ideas and fundamentals from her graphic design background, Inkten has implemented techniques onto her urban wall works, creating a style called the GeoGraffiti. With works resonating with images culled from the realm of her imagination, her body of works involves the exploration of vast mediums, touching into digital complexity to the conceptuality of fine arts painting on a wall. Her works have spanned from the streets and into commercial galleries, both locally and internationally across Europe such as the worldwide urban art event; Meeting of Styles. Inkten has worked with well renowned brands and clients such as Google, Saatchi&Saatchi, Hogarth, National Arts Council, and Mercedes Benz. Inkten is also an active speaker who has shared numerous talks at TED, Apple, and Microsoft.