Street and Art Combined
More than people think, street and art have a lot more in common with each other. Among these similarities include passion, heart, and attitude, which can be both seen in the city streets and works of art in paintings and in the museums. People who lived in urban streets in cities usually have bigger scopes in thinking, because they can see a lot of different events happening in their place from day-to-day. While in art, everything is abstract or specific, depending on the perspective of the viewer. The intersection of both can be defined in streetwear, which is a reflection of both city life and art’s passion.
Suyo clothing, a brand offering streetwear to many Australians, also adopts the same philosophy of combing art and city life in their apparel line. The brand offers pieces that are unique, creative, individualistic, and passionate but at the same time, is wearable, comfortable, and approachable to its customers. Streetwear is first and foremost clothes, which means it has to be comfortable for the users to wear and do activities into. The second factor is the designs, which should also be unique and versatile. Suyo has clothes that can be called art pieces, each one carefully created to suit the tastes of its wearers.
Like the everyday setting of city life, art always tell a story. There is always interesting about art, perhaps a back story or an anecdote or two. Life is full of surprises that we can never get rid of, so we just have to make it work for us. Art is never boring, just like life, because there is always color, meaning, and even structure in what goes on in the city. Streetwear is the same with both art and street life. Suyo defines themselves as pieces of art worn on the body, to symbolize and represent the wearer’s bold attitude and personality.
Above all this, streetwear is also a message, a lifestyle and an idea. In a city full of activities and even adversity, people continue to change and get better hopes and dreams. Not everything is good or bad, there are reasonable amounts of both. The key is to find what works for us, and that is what Suyo also aims for. Their style is currently changing and evolving, to suits the changing tastes of wearers. Lastly, the pieces are not mainstream in design so expect no one will be sporting the same art on their shirts.
Street and Art is a colorful mix of both worlds. But most of all, we should look deeper to understand that the message between these two are unique and meaningful as well. The message is all about trying new things and being unafraid to shine and exhibit our capabilities to others. It is the essence of art and street life to stand out and be bold in everything. The fashion of street clothes is not just a passing fad or current trend that will tomorrow be forgotten. It is already a lifestyle.
Ned Avery - About Author:
Suyo StreatWear provides sophisticated fashion forward clothing inspired by Urban Australian. It make sure that each and every graphic and piece of packaging in it's clothing range is first and foremost a piece of art in motion and aims to bring it to life through the art of fashion.
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