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Nick Cave is an amazing fabric sculptor and performance artist from Chicago, Illinois. He is also the director of The Art Institute of Chicago’s Graduate Fashion Program. His inspiration comes from African art traditions and ceremonial dresses. Nick is known for his Soundsuits which are costumes that completely cover the individual’s body. He developed the costumes out of dyed human hair, sisal, beads, plastic buttons, wire feathers, and sequins. Nick created the costumes as a second skin that hides gender, race, and class so the audience can watch without judgment. His work is a mixture of dance, choreography, and fashion.
Banneet Lakhesar is a creative artist and founder of her global style of modern desi disapur pop art. Her paintings are inspired by her background in sculpture. She majored in sculpture at OCAD University in Toronto. Her artwork represents old school Bollywood and pop culture which reflects her favorite Hindi film Mughal-E- Azam. She also was able to collaborate with amazing brands such as Fenty Beauty and Adidas.
Haroshi is a Japanese sculptor, woodworker, and skateboarder from Tokyo, Japan. He is known for creating large sculptures made out of used skateboard decks. He makes each sculpture by carefully selecting and stacking the skateboards, then he hand carves, paints, and polishes them into a veneer finish. He also sculptures teddy bears, cartoon characters, sneakers, and fire hydrants. During the construction of each sculpture, Haroshi puts a broken skateboard piece into the core of the piece or gives each piece a “soul”. This practice was inspired by Unkei who was a 12th-century Buddhist sculptor. Unkei would place a crystal ball inside each of his Buddha sculptures.