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“fight for culture” longsleeve concept, results from a live workshop at vous college yesterday. design was art directed by the students at the college.

@acevvvedo did a talk on the importance of making decisions, creativity and seizing opportunities. afterwards, gave away some limited merch and did a quick 15 min live apparel design session where the students get to help put the design together.

client: @vouschurch
sector: npo
project: @vouscollege
tools: @adobe @adobecreativecloud #adobeillustrator
bookings/workshops: hello(at)

#merchdesign #appareldesign #graphicdesign #acvdoco #streetfashion #churchmerch

comment 18 star 210 2 weeks ago

Stay foxy out there

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comment 13 star 196 4 weeks ago

Our plant and algae t shirt is built entirely from plants and algae grown in forests and bioreactors. it’s not only made from nature, but once you’ve finished with it you can bury it back in the earth and it will biodegrade in 12 weeks. part t shirt, part worm food, it launches next week and the waiting list is now open with the link in our bio.

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Chained to the pillars. 💋this design is available - for enquiries and or link in bio. #catsneeze

comment 6 star 813 6 days ago

An intimate and sleep/lounge (slounge) repost from last year. this category is growing and doing well with consumers. you could use many fabrics to achieve a nice drape for this collection:tencel, modal, washable silk, cupro...what would you use?
need design sketches?? it’s one of our specialities. ❤️reach our to to get started in 2019.
#slounge #lounge #intimates #apparelagency #designagency #buildyourbrand #appareldesign #fashionstartups #startupfashion #fashionservices #techpack #fashionsketch #color #colorpalette

comment 11 star 793 3 weeks ago

The black squid jacket is back today and mimics one of nature’s most mesmerising innovations – the adaptive camouflage of the squid. using lasers, resin and over 2 billion disruptively-structured microscopic glass spheres, when exposed to bright light it instantly reflects every colour in the visible spectrum.

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