‘Kate Moss Typortrait’ is an interesting collage piece that makes use of xeroxed fashion labels.
“Each and everyone of us has their own identity in which things around them are related as a whole. Fashion labels were used as part of my design to subtly relate what Kate Moss does for her career while looking at the image/design as a whole. Bright, fluorescent pink was chosen to bring out how I see her as person, strong and bold. The placement of each xeroxed label represents how she’s been wrongly accused and turned into a scapegoat, therefore making who Kate is presently, a state of mess.”
Freelance Graphic Designer and Visual artist, Aditia Djayasudarma is currently pursuing a Visual Communications degree at LASALLE, College of the Arts.
“I’ve been fascinated with drawings, sketches, doodles and visual arts since I was a little boy. I would browse through my dad’s sketchbooks full of architectural drawings, just admiring them. My style of work has always been experimental, dirty and at the same time keeping it minimalist as a whole.”
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