Vines #1 Chainstitched Boilersuit - Morgan Diann Collab
The first in an exclusive collaboration with Morgan Diann Art, Vines #1 is a wearable art piece with Morgan’s well-known vines hand-embroidered by Kaitlyn Anderson (Kait Makes). Combining both fine artistry, textiles, and graphics, this collaboration has been a dream of Morgan’s to create more wearable and useable applications of her art.
Details: One of a kind wearable art | size 16/18 womens 100% cotton boilersuit, brand new Sandy Liang for Target. 25” PTP when laid flat.
care instructions: dry clean preferred; hand wash or delicate wash inside out on cold, lay flat to dry.
FREE script personalization on front chest w/purchase!!
DESIGN AVAILABLE AS A SEMI-CUSTOM
Love this garment but not your size/style? No worries! With semi-customs, you can send in your own jacket/jumpsuit/other garment to have stitched with the same design, while also being able to make small adjustments to the colors, placement and size to fit your needs. That way, your wearable art piece will fit your body and style!
To get started: add the semi-custom deposit to your cart and check out. I will be in touch via email to nail down the details, pricing, and timeline for your semi-custom garment. Most semi-customs will cost roughly the same amount as the original one-of-a-kind item but include garment shipping to and from.
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Every artist I collaborate with is paid a portion of the garment or patch sale price, please know your purchase directly supports local art and keeping the art of chainstitching alive.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Known for her high contrast work in printmaking and paintings, Morgan Diann draws inspiration from the posture and posing of the Renaissance. Early on she noticed a lot of the depictions of the female form and the divine feminine were created by men. Morgan’s work is the worship of Women and Non Binary people through Nakedness, Humanity and the Divine from a Woman’s perspective. Morgan’s work and its boldness captures the attention of the viewer and connects with them on a vulnerable level.
Morgan started her art career at the age of 15, only taking a short break when she had a near death experience following the birth of her daughter. Experiencing a violent transition into parenthood changed the narrative of Morgan’s artwork. While parenthood informs her perspective; Morgan’s work is, at its core, about life, death and balance.
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