Designer Antonio Brasko's project, Brandalism, is a study on the influence of street art and graffiti in the fashion world. Through the use of brand marks (logos and logotypes), iconic colors, and spray cans, Brandalism seeks to reintroduce the ideology of vandalism, branding and fashion from an experimental design perspective.
Fashion labels from surf brands like Stussy to luxury brands such as Gucci are reinterpreted as spray paint cans and colors. All 22 are available for purchase as the original signed can or as a photographic print.
View all 22 below (shown in alphabetical order):
The actual signed branded spray paint cans and large (54" X 36") or small (24" X 18") photographic prints on canvas are available for purchase here
About the artist:
Antonio Brasko has partnered with global brands such as Nike, Adidas, Dr. Martens, and Intel to deliver compelling brand experiences. His diverse skill set has allowed him to work on projects in apparel, user experience design, brand management, product development & photography. He currently resides in the Pacific Northwest & works from his creative studio in Portland, Oregon.
a special shout out to JoAnn Hines of Packaging Diva for bringing this cool project to my attention.
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