Achtung, comrades! This week is your last chance to get your booty and the booties of your loved ones into the A/W run of Alien Botany, the wearable art collection. Preorders close this Sunday. Get thee to the Biorequiem space-emporium before it’s too late!
Of note: the Hortus scarf in “Ash” is still around, the “Amethyst is sold out. And, in a fortuitous twist of fate, all scarves will ship this week! Yes, even if you ordered leggings and a scarf.
The Alien Botany A/W wearable art collection is only available for another week. If you like intergalactic flora, cephalopods, and combinations of the two, we suggest you get your butts into these leggings before they disappear from the face of this planet.
This elaborate print began as an original Alien Botany drawing then became wearable art, designed with the body in mind. Otherworldly tendrils slither and slink around your stems to flatter and showcase your assets with polished flair. This is the Future – dress for the occasion!
Supremely excited to divulge something I’ve been developing over the past couple of months: my collaboration with Nuvango (formerly known as “Gelaskins”). We’ve just released a series of Alien Botany skins and cases for all sorts of phones, tablets, laptops and even Kindles. And! Playstations! Click here to explore the plethora of stylish possibilities.
To kick things off, the folks at Nuvango put together a fun, five-question interview, where we discuss alternate futures, no-bullshit advice for aspiring artists, traveling and really quite a bit of stuff, for just five questions. Plus - a dark secret: REVEALED.
Second teaser from my editorial in Auxiliary Magazine #34, wearing “Mimus” Alien Botany leggings. You have just under two weeks to get yours, before preorders close on September 21.
You can see the first teaser here. Get this issue of Auxiliary for the first in-depth interview about my Alien Botany art series and clothing line, as well as just about everything from style, SciFi and the art world, to living the cosmonomad life, working in multiple mediums and finding balance.
And much more of this editorial I conceived, styled and art-directed.
My birthday month London shenanigans just got documented on Biorequiem! Check out Photo Flurry 142 for delicious, magical and shiny fun♡
If you’re in the Los Angeles area tonight, be sure to head over to The Coaster Show reception at La Luz de Jesus Gallery!
These four iridescent, Alien-Botany-inspired miniatures are my contribution to this incredible exhibition, which has over one thousand and fifty individual pieces on display. So wish I were in the country so I could attend – have all the fun for me!