1980s - September
Graphic prints are featured in the Design Shop, as our next 9 Designer represents all things 80s.
Eve Bracewell is a designer and artist living in Freshwater. She draws inspiration from a variety of sources such as the Memphis Group to Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Ken Done, Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson so representing the 1980s was perfect for her.
“I was so excited to be able to represent the 1980s for Manly Art Gallery & Museum. It is one of my favourite eras that I believe gave birth to some of the greatest aesthetics and influences in fashion, music, art and design.
Miami Vice, arcade games, old skool hip hop and Memphis design were all sources of inspiration. For this 9 Designers project I combined my skills in drawing, painting and screen printing to create a vibrant limited edition range of silk scarves and 80’s classics - bucket hats, bum bags and scrunchies!”
The decade had such a distinctive style that the mere mention of “the look of the ’80s” conjures up specific visuals and such visuals can be seen through the colour choices, patterns and products Eve has made for her limited edition MAG&M collection. With bold graphics, a tropical palette and practical accessories, the foyer has been transformed.
Come and see the new window display and be the first to nab some of these very limited edition items.
For further enquires and pricing, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 9976 1419.
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