Let’s merge art , custom shirts and flowers. Painters Jan Lantinne , Gordon Hopkins and Mieke Vanmechelen . Graficus Cees Andriessen. Their paintings and artworks embedded by digital printing into luxury shirts. Real-time rendering empowers straight forward visualisation from the 3D shirt configurator, whereas consumers can produce own designs. Revenue sharing is key in this innovative business model as artists and fashion companies work together disrupting fashion and design. Jan Latinne (Belgium) is a multidisciplinary artist. Bright funny faces and colors. http://www.janlatinne.com/
Gordon Hopkins an american artist, born 1965. His work finds its strength in his unique technique and use of strong color. He often sets the outline of everyday objects over layers of color, building up the material using Oil bar and paint.Patterns, forms, fish,gardens to landscapes are some of the the many subjects in his work. Currently living and working in Brussels Belgium and through his travels throughout Europe he gathers new ideas and images for his paintings. “ In my work as an artist it is very important for me to explore the use of bold colors with many layers, repetition and larger then life format.I like to accentuate or exaggerate a sometimes ordinary object or image. The composition often breaks down into an imaginary world of outlines and colorful backgrounds creating depth and movement.” His representation emphasizes the beauty and perhaps overlooked context of our natural surroundings. He works primarily with oil bar, and oil paint on linen and board. Gordon's work brings with it a sense of exploration, an interpretation of our surroundings from his point of view, filled with color and a sense of joy. “It is often just the simple form that can have a great impact and become very important in my work.” The imaginary garden. http://www.gordonhopkins.com/
Mieke Vanmechelen (b. 1974, Antwerp, Belgium) lives and works in Ireland. She received her BA (Hons) in Philosophy and Classical Civilisation from Trinity College Dublin (1996) and completed an MA (First Class Hons) in Art & Process at Crawford College of Art & Design (2014). Vanmechelen is Kerry Filmmaker in Residence 2017. The Filmmaker in Residence is a partnership between Kerry County Council and The Arts Council. It is supported by the National Parks and Wildlife Service, and the Trustees of Muckross House. As an expanded partnership it demonstrates the ethos of Creative Ireland, enabling creativity in every community. Recent projects, screenings and exhibitions include: I non (I), Performance for DAW MIDSUMMER MADNESS Takeover, at Leyden Gallery London; Documentary film Rath, Dingle International Film Festival (2017), winning the Audience Choice Award for Best Feature. DAW 5th Edition Exhibition, Granby Space, Waterloo, London (2017); Showcase, Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Kerry (2016); The Byvoet Archive, Modemuseum Hasselt Belgium (2016). Her work was part of The ProCreate Project touring archive, The Women’s Art Library, Goldsmiths University; Lace Gallery, Nottingham; Manhattan College Annual M.O.M. Conference, New York and London Southbank University (2015). Screening and presentation, The Bee and The Great Mother: Motherhood and Creative Practice: Maternal Structures in Creative Work, School of Arts and Creative Industries, London South Bank University (2015); invited speaker at ICT Lisbon (EU Information and Communication Technologies Summit 2015). ‘Epona’ screened as part of Horse, Void Derry (2015). Mieke Vanmechelen’s work often touches on mythological themes and carries symbolic or archetypical imagery. Looking at the relationship between the paradigms of male and female, the transgression of boundaries, she uses the body and nature as exploratory sites of convergence and co-emergence. Her main area of enquiry relates to the psychological realms concerned with the processes of ‘subjectivisation’ and involves exploring themes such as sexuality, familial bonds, traces of memory and the order of time. A sense of place pervades her practice and she draws on the imagery of cultural history and an inherent connection between living beings and the natural world. https://miekevanmechelen.com ; https://twitter.com/miekevanmec
Cees (C.C.J.) Andriessen (Netherlands - Wageningen, 20 march 1940) leads in non-figurative art. His oeuvre are dessins from linoleum- and wood-cuts with exlibrisses. The whole is abstract, the forms are clear, the colorshadings subtile. Cees Andriessen lives and works in Apeldoorn. http://www.ceesandriessen.nl/
Art-in-Shirt . Art in bespoke Shirts .
Matching Art-in-Shirt, combined with lifestyle images from nature with flowers gives an extra dimension to fashion and art . Art in bespoke fashion . The consumer buys uniqueness , unique artwork translated in a unique garment. Each produced shirt is different, and made to consumer’s own measurements. The designs can be allover printed, or designed as contrast collar and cuffs. Prints are from cotton, polyester coton , with silk for accessories.
Bivolino collaborates with 20 artists allover Europe. Each artist delivers 2 to 3 designs per year . The Bivolino Arty collection offers shirts starting 130€. Exclusively online. The online tailors from Bivolino add with the Bivolino Arty range a World Premiere.
Other Bivolino Artists:
Gaby Bovelander,Emeke Buitelaar, Henk klinkhamer, Jasper Oostland, Peter Klashorst,Gerard Prent, Angenelle Thijssen, and Jan Peter van Opheusden collaborate with Bivolino Arty. All artists have an international reputation.