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[W]Hole NFT: CATCH22

An evergoing pursuit of fulfillment, from all the glitter, to realize the immateriality,and understanding it’s evanescent,back to the Beginning,yet again;yet,space for something new. 10 second animation, 1080 x 1080, MP4 2022, Berlin The second NFT of the [W]Hole collection is now available on foundation.

[W]Hole NFT: The Whole Thing is Empty.

Excerpt of the [W]Hole collection short film:the transformation from ‘all that glitter’ to ‘immaterial’,and also one of my favorite areas in digital fashion:experimentation. For this collection I tried out multiple new techniques at once,like parametric, procedural or GAN based design.Having a borderless canvas for experimentation,and the possibility to include transformation as part of my designs Continue reading [W]Hole NFT: The Whole Thing is Empty.

‘This too shall pass’ – NFT on Foundation

‚This too shall pass’ – این نیز بگذرد – my first #nft minted on @withfoundation Inspired by Persian mythology, this piece is about life’s temporary nature, and change being the only constant. The phrase ‚This too shall pass‘ is something that I always have in mind, for any thing, good or bad, happening in life; as that‘s what Continue reading ‘This too shall pass’ – NFT on Foundation

Nana Bodywear vision brought to life ✨

‘It’s time to rethink how we order and consume products. We are an early stage start-up, aiming to make custom-support bras, leveraging knitting technologies and digital enabling programmes to make fashion more sustainable and inclusive. Want to be part of the journey? Find out more at: http://nana-bodywear.com‘ I loved the collaboration on this video with Continue reading Nana Bodywear vision brought to life ✨

Meet Nana Bodywear

Meet Nana bodywear – sustainably knitted products, providing high & comfortable support for any breast shape 🙏🏼I created these products purely digital prior any physical sampling or production ✨Great working with @nana_bodywear 💛 Made possible by @fashioncouncilgermany German Sustain Concept programSponsored by @bikiniberlin @neonyt.fashion & the German Federal Ministry for the Environment