The idea of a wearable art, whose masterpieces can be worn every day, continues to be developed by the Dearraindrop artists who propose clothes in which you can find goodies from flea markets and charity peaches. The basic philosophy is the search for various components, even very different from each other, to be placed and superimposed together creating an endless succession of embroidery, commercial logos and unstable agglomerates of fluorescent colors in a psychedelic, but evolved style.
The sweatshirt with front zip and hood features hand-sewn patches.
JOE GRILLO, Acid American, Cellar Contemporary, Trento, December 2016
by Davide Raffaelli