Between tennis courts and tiled changing rooms, Diana Kunst locates the new designs of DEAR ABRA designs. As she did with the previous collaboration, she illustrates them with primary colors and geometric backgrounds creating such visual compositions define their work so well.
Wrecked Cars and crumpled metals with encrusted pieces of tapestry inspire this new DEAR ABRA collection. Skirts are constructed with fine and waterproof materials that may seem plastic bags or rigid metal depending on how light is incident on them. Something similar happens with some tops, made of a fabric that is often used for sneakers, in order to get a breathable and light effect, such as neoprene.
In the pictures of Diana, the pieces of ABRA are converted into embedded figures in the map thus pointing to the precise coordinates to place them in space.