WESC Fall/Winter 2006 – Streethorsing Collection

WESC Fall/Winter 2006 – Streethorsing Collection

Monday, November 27, 2006 by Wendy Lam

Check out the WMNS WESC‘s Fall/Winter 2006 Streethorsing Collection, this collection is very limited. These items will be available for the US in NYC and LA. There will be 20 pairs of denim in each style and 20 tees per style/color. They also collaborated with Artists like, Jens Anderson, Clint Peterson, Mander, Pelle Jansson, Chris Pastras, Sage Vaughn, Delta, Fred Babel, Mander, Alex Prager and Mercedes Helnwein. Peep the collection after the jump…

Also, check out the Men’s collection here.


Jens Anderson: B. 1974 – 10+ years experience in shooting fashion, music and lifestyle photography. He works internationally with both editorial and commercial work as well as his own art projects. His background as a skateboarder is reflected in his urban style. www.thejens.com


Clint Peterson: Peterson ?s talents are numerous. His creativity with a pencil is short second to his abilites on the wood plank. This humble Midwest lad is a refreshing change in the ego-driven world of skateboarding. The more i skate with him the more he amazes me; His level of consistency floors me. And to top it off he also happens to beone of the nicest people that i have ever met.


Mander: Martin Ander is a Swedish Graphic Designer/Illustrator with a background in skateboarding. His work is both visually appealing and intellectually challenging. Using clever references from the past and the present makes his work constantly contemporary and interesting.


Pelle Jansson: With an extensive background in Photography and editorial work Pelle Jansson always makes an impression. His passion for sailing and contemporary culture might just be the combination that brings out his quirky yet intellectual imagery.


Chris Pastras: Chris Pastras is known for a spontaneous creativity in everything he touches, primarily manifesting itself in art and skateboarding. His skating and art bring together an imaginative, forward design with a whimsical touch that can only come from a true original. His works have shown in exhibitions worldwide, including Stockholm, Vancouver, London, Tokyo, Los Angeles, and New York. He has also been featured in numerous publications including Slap, Vapors, Stop Smiling, Lodown, and Paper. Chris currently resides in Los Angeles.


Sage Vaughn: Coming a long way from his days creating grafitti murals in the streets of L.A., artist Sage Vaughn has certainly developed into a serious talent on the canvas. His current work shows the influence that street graffiti has given him with their instant eye catching colors and compositions. It basically is candy for the eye.


Delta: Delta (Boris Telegen) is a young visual artist who works primarily in the field of graffiti painting. In his visually spectacular work Delta significantly transforms both the traditional presentation mode of visual art, as well as the genre of graffiti painting itself. He introduces an alien and idiosyncratic aesthetic into graffiti painting that escapes the common logo-like word IDs that make up most of graffiti production. Simultaneously he significantly transforms the domain of visual art by introducing an abstract and highly architectural style of painting, in a literal sense, to the street, and to the often illicit context of graffiti and street painting.


Sage Vaughn: Coming a long way from his days creating grafitti murals in the streets of L.A., artist Sage Vaughn has certainly developed into a serious talent on the canvas. His current work shows the influence that street graffiti has given him with their instant eye catching colors and compositions. It basically is candy for the eye.


Sage Vaughn: Coming a long way from his days creating grafitti murals in the streets of L.A., artist Sage Vaughn has certainly developed into a serious talent on the canvas. His current work shows the influence that street graffiti has given him with their instant eye catching colors and compositions. It basically is candy for the eye.


Fred Babel: Based in Stockholm Fred Babel is a laid back guy whose illustrations fascinate. With a relaxed style he mixes mad characters with clever stories and home made typography. As long it’s hand made he don’t mind covering everything from the fashion industry to comics and art projects. And if you get the chance to glance through his sketchbook, it will blow you away! With his dark sense of humour Fred Babel is also deeply involved in artcollective Belsebud. www.fredriktjernstrom.com


Mander: Martin Ander is a Swedish Graphic Designer/Illustrator with a background in skateboarding. His work is both visually appealing and intellectually challenging. Using clever references from the past and the present makes his work constantly contemporary and interesting.


Sage Vaughn: Coming a long way from his days creating grafitti murals in the streets of L.A., artist Sage Vaughn has certainly developed into a serious talent on the canvas. His current work shows the influence that street graffiti has given him with their instant eye catching colors and compositions. It basically is candy for the eye.


Alex Prager: A native to Los Angeles, Alex Prager’s photography career began on the cusp of her teens. After holding down a slew of jobs in the private sector, from selling knives to washing cars, Prager, so inspired by the modern works of William Eggleston, decided to make the leap to full time photographer. Prager’s most recent exhibition, ”The Book Of Disquiet: ”The Seven Deadly Sins” has been her most critically successful to date. In keeping with her continued and growing importance on the downtown art scene, her pieces are both alluring, odd, and most importantly, riveting and compelling. Alex Prager lives and works in the Los Angeles area.


Mercedes Helnwein: After moving to Los Angles in 2000, and completing her first novel, Helnwein took a break from writing to reexamine her talents as a fine artist. It is here that she truly began to see the power of the pen. Borrowing from a list of influences as varied as southern blues, turn of the century Russian literature, and sixties comic book artists, Helnwein’s work garnered high praise from even the most hardened critics.

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