Wearing art

Well, Im a fan of good design but i am also a huge fan of hilarious design! Personally, i find the works of Melbourne crochet designer Phil Ferguson to be very intriguing. In fact, it is loud, cool and very attention seeking. Also known as Chili Philly, he created large crochet with inspiration from all kinds of food. We see pizzas, tacos and a lot more. What is interesting from┬áhis work is the way he envisions his designs – they were very much not meticulously planned but rather a moment of creativity. I really liked how he brought art to life. Speaking of wearable art, i do think the definition of wearability can be defined individually.


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Wolf Grey

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The Nike Air Max never fail as a staple in my wardrobe. Light and comfy, this pair of kicks is the way to go on casual fridays and saturday morning grocery shopping. Nike has released a new model for the Air Max, dubbed the “Wolf Grey”. It looks just as good as all the other iterations of Air Max. I actually love the geometric designs on the shoe. Personally, the idea of looking ‘cold’ is pretty cool. The blends on the shades of grey and blue is fantastic. Looking at it closely, you will realize the grey translucent ‘tape’ that straps nicely round the forefoot across the heel. Beautiful! I would want to grab a pair of these. Prices should start at $179 USD.