The Atlas collection, released by the end of May, is the latest exciting project by Formy Studio, which sees protagonists colours and different shades, inspired by the homonymous collection of the famous painter Marco Petrus.
The artist has always considered cities as classrooms, open-air Academies, in which buildings and architectures are models to observe, while shapes and shadows are compositional pretexts, starting point for the realization of a pictorial project.
The architecture with pronounced and monumental volumes sets the structure of the image, a work of impact, alienating and impressive.
Colours, which have always been protagonists of Formy’s imagination, are intertwined in this new collection through chromatic scales which creates geometric shapes of different depths.
Atlas tells the archetypes of the wardrobe, including printed short-sleeved shirts combined with shorts, over t-shirts and wind jackets made of technical materials.
The bucket hat comes in a funky version, as the full printed shopping bag.
The palette of blue, ivory and green opens to the warmer shades of lilac and orange but also to the graphic motifs inspired by the work of Petrus.
“Artists’ goal is being part of the change, giving voice to it, our change has been to reinterpret art and make it accessible to everyone, everywhere”.
The artist’s vision is an allegorical image printed on a piece of clothing which becomes a message and an inspiration for those who look at him in the streets, a place where inspiration finds men who are not being satisfied with the surface of things, but want to go deeper, becoming aware of themselves and the world.
Travelling is nothing but searching, and searching starts from the street.