i’m going to cry you don’t know how much i love this,
esotsm theme ~ jon brion
Wearable drawings by Elvira ‘t Hart.
A lot of details contained within the first sketches are lost during the process of designing and executing clothing. By creating clothing patterns from the lines of sketches or sketching the patterns of clothing and cutting this out by laser, new shapes or suggestions of shapes are created. The clothing takes characteristics from the sketches: outlying lines, lines that trail off into nowhere and empty or unfinished areas.
"Having perfected our disguise, we spend our lives searching for someone we don’t fool."
— Robert Brault
(Source: creatingaquietmind, via fatalisms)
"You are not naked when you take off your clothes. You still wear your religious assumptions, your prejudices, your fears, your illusions, your delusions. When you shed the cultural operating system, then, essentially you stand naked before the inspection of your own psyche…and it’s from that position, a position outside the cultural operating system, that we can begin to ask real questions about what does it mean to be human, what kind of circumstance are we caught in, and what kind of structures, if any, can we put in place to assuage the plan and accentuate the glory and the wonder that lurks, waiting for us, in this very narrow slice of time between the birth canal and the yawning grave. In other words we have to return to first premises."
— Terence Mckenna
(Source: earth-oracle, via hi-mi-zu)
Les Misérables, Victor Hugo
Vol 3, Book 6
(Source: mizzerablyquotes, via mirroir)
Yohji Yamamoto Fall/Winter 2006
"Not all possibilities are open to us. The world is finite; our hopes spill over its rim."
— Salman Rushdie, The Satanic Verses