Culture Watch | Coloring Pins

By December 10, 2016December 14th, 2016No Comments
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Theme Song: “Shorty Swing My Way” – K.P. & Envy (circa ’98)

As I scrolled through Insta one fine evening, I came across a striking image. It was in its own right an artistic expression and comment on current culture, more specifically appropriation, in the form of a fabric patch.

Patches are trending for sure. History repeats itself in many ways and so it is with fashion. I love finding pieces that take on the trend without dating themselves. I think this young creative’s work does just that with pins, patches, and keychains!

Order your own fromĀ Coloring Pins

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