A Contemporary Vision on Colour, Clothing and Communication
Colourful environmentally friendly landscape pollution: Stirring up tension between draped clothing letters, statements and surroundings
For months Thomas Voorn travelled around with bags full of clothes, his alphabet, to create garment graffiti in the most obvious and unexpected places; from brickwalls and alleys to sunkissed fields. Creating surreal confrontations with words for a passerby. At times the garment typography appears as leftovers of a person undressed, looking for friction between clothes, text and context.
Voorn's language of clothes 'Garment Graffiti' received media attention and still results in projects, commissions and exhibitions: De Bijenkorf Department Store, Amnesty International, B Store London, Margreeth Olsthoorn Shop, Fallon London advertising agency, Salon Amsterdam, and more…
A selection of Thomas Voorn's Garment Graffiti is shown here