Amy Woodside Turns Her Graphic Art into a Fashion Statement

By: Vasiliki Marapas - Published: May 16, 2014 • References: amywoodside & itsnicethat
New Zealand graphic artist Amy Woodside has turned her visual, text-based art into a range of sweaters (and t-shirts) for the AYR brand.

Woodside has always been interested in making art with words. She creates abstract compositions of text, altering the letters we're used to seeing arranged a certain way, in order to enhance their visual appeal. Although the letters may seem arbitrary, they have a profound ability to transcend written communication, instead tapping into the more emotional language of art.

If you take a creative interest in language and lettering, I suggest looking into Woodside's work. These patterns would look great hanging above your mantel in print-form, or emblazoned across your torso in the form of a sweater. Stats for Abstract Alphabet Paintings Trending: Older & Mild
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