‘Skylark Davis’ by DAIN is part of the ‘Copasetic’ show at New York’s Brooklynite Gallery. The show itself is a tribute to the 1940s, with the works featured here the main attraction.
A combination of graffiti and nostalgia, ‘Skylark Davis’ by DAIN is a testament to creating new art using inspiration from the past. To read more on the works by DAIN and his gallery in New York, click on the links found below.
Implications - Consumers in modern society are looking for a more vibrant aesthetic. Products that feature a bolder style appeal to customers who want to attract more attention with their purchases. Companies could focus on this when coming out with new designs.
Skylark Davis by DAIN is a Colorful Tribute to the 1940s
1. Vibrant Aesthetic - Creating products with a bold and colorful style can appeal to customers who want to attract more attention with their purchases.
2. Graffiti Art - Combining graffiti with other art forms, such as nostalgia, can create unique and inspiring works that capture people's attention.
3. Nostalgia Inspiration - Using inspiration from the past can create new and innovative works of art that appeal to consumers in modern society.
1. Fashion - Fashion companies could focus on creating bold and colorful designs that appeal to customers looking for a vibrant aesthetic.
2. Art - Artists and galleries could experiment with combining graffiti with other art forms, such as nostalgia, to create unique and inspiring works.
3. Advertising - Advertising companies could use graffiti art styles to create eye-catching advertisements that appeal to modern customers.