Portland-based shop Fresh Cut Flowers has launched a new collaboration with Fisk Gallery and Austin Rossborough. The new release offers up a selection of T-shirts, tote bags, and headwear that are inspired by Fresh Cut Flowers’ appreciation and mutual respect for Rossborough’s work, emphasizing themes of harmony, friendship, and balance.
The collection fuses Rossborough’s playful styles with FCF’s logo, maintaining a minimalist approach when it comes to coloring and design. The illustrator’s collection arrives in black and white with a smaller design on the front and a larger one on the back. Elsewhere, Fisk Gallery reimagines FCF’s logo by fusing it with its own, sharing a ‘Floral Gallery’ print on the T-shirts, flyers, totes, and caps.
The collection will be unveiled in Portland at Fresh Cut Flowers’ product release and pop-up event. The brand’s collaboration capsule with Fisk Gallery and Austin Rossborough collection is now available on FCF’s website.
Image Credit: Fresh Cut Flowers
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