Architectural Fashion Illustration
Project Fabrica is a self-initiated series of theoretical fashion illustrations inspired by modern architecture. This project explores the relationship between architecture and the human body translating material elements of specific buildings into body-related shapes, textures and illusions.
By using fashion imagery as a vehicle, each piece in the series embodies a hybridization of anthropomorphized architectural forms with the architectural construction of the human figure.
Each illustration is a transformation of signature aspects of the each architects unique building forms that shift between a presentation of 2 and 3 dimensions. The series is supported by an informative website that includes portraits of the architect(s) and descriptions of the buildings.
World's End Clothes is a self-initiated publishing project with the combination of architecture and fashion design in order to create a new applied approach with the visual language of architecture. These six designs are inspired by the architecture of Louis Kahn, including Richards Medical Research Buildings, Kimbell Art Museum, Yale Center for British Art and Studies, Salk Institute for Biological Studies and Phillip Exeter Library.
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