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looking down/ walking through

“Looking Down/Walking Through,” is about the experience of looking at the city from an aerial perspective versus the physical experience of walking through it. The aerial view is distant and ideal, which creates a contrast with physically walking through the space, when you find odd details or weird mistakes that catch your eye. I developed prints and embroideries from my illustrations that show aerial perspectives of the city; to create the experience of walking, I trapped little pieces of trash in my garments and used lines to indicate the feeling of space. I also challenged myself to explore the 3-D aspect of constructing garments. I hope this collection can inspire people to be more aware of their surroundings, because there are countless magical moments that we pass by every day. Even though exploring the city might not always be glamorous (for example, trash might fly in your face), never forget the ideals and hopes that you had about living in the city when you were looking at it from afar.

 “Looking Down/Walking Through,” is about the experience of looking at the city from an aerial perspective versus the physical experience of walking through it. The aerial view is distant and ideal, which creates a contrast with physically walking through the space, when you find odd details or weird mistakes that catch your eye. I developed prints and embroideries from my illustrations that show aerial perspectives of the city; to create the experience of walking, I trapped little pieces of trash in my garments and used lines to indicate the feeling of space. I also challenged myself to explore the 3-D aspect of constructing garments. I hope this collection can inspire people to be more aware of their surroundings, because there are countless magical moments that we pass by every day. Even though exploring the city might not always be glamorous (for example, trash might fly in your face), never forget the ideals and hopes that you had about living in the city when you were looking at it from afar.

“Looking Down/Walking Through,” is about the experience of looking at the city from an aerial perspective versus the physical experience of walking through it. The aerial view is distant and ideal, which creates a contrast with physically walking through the space, when you find odd details or weird mistakes that catch your eye. I developed prints and embroideries from my illustrations that show aerial perspectives of the city; to create the experience of walking, I trapped little pieces of trash in my garments and used lines to indicate the feeling of space. I also challenged myself to explore the 3-D aspect of constructing garments. I hope this collection can inspire people to be more aware of their surroundings, because there are countless magical moments that we pass by every day. Even though exploring the city might not always be glamorous (for example, trash might fly in your face), never forget the ideals and hopes that you had about living in the city when you were looking at it from afar.

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