Snarkitecture’s Architectural Camouflage Garments Feature Subway Tiles And Marble

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New York 2015: New York studio Snarkitecture has utilized patterns of the city’s subway tiles and marbled surfaces to cover a selection of clothes that let the wearer to blend in with the urban environment .

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

In a collaboration with customized print organization Print All In excess of Me, Alex Mustonen and Daniel Arsham of Snarkitecture used repeated motifs primarily based on architectural supplies to develop the collection of chameleonic clothing that is launching in New York this week.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

“The starting up point was this idea of producing moments of architectural confusion, where you grow to be visually lost inside different materials surfaces,” explained Snarkitecture.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

The Architectural Camouflage collection consists of 3 prints. The 1st is primarily based on the rectangular white tiles and black grouting that clad the walls and columns of numerous stations on New York’s subway program.


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Smaller sized hexagonal tiles in the identical colour scheme are also utilized as a repeated pattern, while the last layout is primarily based on marbled surfaces, with the grey veins of the white stone covering the clothing.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

“There is also the likelihood of materials displacement – so that when you dress in your all-subway-tile outfit to the park, it looks and feels as if you’ve brought a piece of architecture into a various atmosphere,” the studio stated.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

Each and every of the prints can be additional to any of the blank alternatives in Print All More than Me’s collection of garments, which includes basics like T-shirts and joggers to neoprene sweatshirts and denim dungarees, as properly as add-ons such as caps and backpacks.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

The patterns are digitally printed onto the fabrics, which are then washed so the dye fuller penetrates and adheres to the fibres. The garments are then assembled and shipped directly to the customer.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

Print All Over Me was founded by sibling duo Jesse and Meredith Frinkelstein, who are also organizing to introduce textile printing for furnishings and homeware accessories into their assortment.

Architectural Camouflage by PAOM and Snarkitecture

Architectural Camouflage will be presented in the window of SANAA-designed New Museum in Manhattan, and as component of an installation at the Collective Style honest – Skylight Clarkson Square, 550 Washington Street – from 13 to 17 Could.

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