In a series that showcases the artistic beauty of handpainted silk scarves, Mikel Muruzabal creates fascinating and clever visuals that play on the soft, flowing nature of the material.
A richly colored photo collection in South Africa representing Foschini. The models are three archetypes: The Warrior, The Nurturer, and The Idol.
A super intricate tattoo of The Garden of Earthly Delights is in actuality, a hyper realistic oil painting.
Artist Libby Oliver showcases figures wearing every piece of clothing that they own, in a series called Soft Shells.
A collection of supremely stylish African men, former tailors, in Accra, Ghana.
Knitted Camouflage is a series where custom knit sweaters and their wearers fit perfectly into urban environments.
The creative chameleon that was David Bowie, as illustrated by Helen Greene.
A fun and visually inspiring campaign for El Naturalista shoes, where feet are stepping off of floating environments.
A visually tasty look at the 2017 Nike Air Max, told through metaphors of space and form.
Amanda Queiroz stars in these gorgeous vibrant portraits by artist Maltchique.
Mustang Jeans flips the idea of packaging inside out, using their own product as the wrapper.
Kniterate created an automated knitting machine, able to make clothes at home!
Nike and Adidas logos turned into organic scenes of embroidery.
Miguel Vallinas is known for putting a dress shirt on interesting figures, and he’s at it again, with this series entitled Roots. These voluptuous flowers bear a resemblance to their clothing, so to speak. We love it. Via DesignBoom: