- Amsterdam based design brands Scotch and Soda have declared their cooperation with New York craftsman, Edward Granger.
Committed to commending “the nonconformist of Amsterdam in Miami,” the cooperation will dispatch simultaneously as Miami Art Week.
Close by a wall painting establishment, two restricted version shirts will be delivered, highlighting Granger’s unmistakable unique mathematical craftsmanship. Scotch and Soda means to mirror Granger’s dynamic and brilliant work that communicates its independence and credibility.
Granger’s wall painting, named The Free Spirit of Miami, will assume control over the exterior of the Scotch and Soda Wynwood Miami store. It will stay representing one year at its Wynwood Walls area – a region notable for showing enormous scope works by well-known road specialists.
“At the point when my exhibition Tuleste Factory initially came to me with the chance for cooperation with Scotch and Soda, the vision turned out to be rapidly clear: to make a visual portrayal of the nonconformist in each one of us. A wall painting that would outwardly illuminate the watcher about the irregular, ungracefully excellent dreamland around all of us,” said Granger. “Each new shape starts to associate and catch slopes of shadings with objects that are consistently diffused.”
Scotch and Soda will praise the association with Granger at a mixed drink party, situated on the roof of the Casa Faena inn. There, Granger has likewise added his imaginative touch, making mathematical compressed wood structures in a vivid, transitory establishment.