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Fox X Chris Sullivan : It Don't Mean a Thing Artist Square

Sale price$103.00 USD
Fox X Chris Sullivan : It Don't Mean a Thing Artist Square

Longtime friends Chris Sullivan and Mr. Cordeaux (Fox Brothers' Managing Director) were first introduced to each other during an evening event at The Wag Club in London. A time when accessories such as "spats", were considered a bold and vintage look.

Mr. Cordeaux often recalls visiting on weekends, during his days as a student at 'Chelsea School of Art', "I remember there was a particular move towards men's suiting at this time, moving away from the New Romantic era. This was when I first fell in love with the suit, often picking up many second hand pieces from outfitters Alfred Kemp. Run by a particularly rude man... but as the suits were so reasonable, I didn't really care!".

Chris Sullivan is a gentleman of many talents, having been a lead singer, entrepreneur, author, fashion designer and painter, amongst lots of other professions. Most recently Chris has developed a real artistic flair, having painted numerous pieces for his store, completed over 60 various commissions, and illustrated a set of artist squares for Fox Brothers.

This artist square features a remarkable illustration from Chris Sullivan. Commemorating electric blends of latin jazz, vintage funk, northern soul, with an early 80's vibe. Crafted from a wool and silk challis, to produce a delicately soft hand feel. A special collaboration project, to form a beautiful artist square with rolled edges, and a highly detailed screen print.

Size

33 x 33 cm approx.

Features
  • Artwork by Chris Sullivan
  • 70% Wool, 30% Silk Challis
  • Rolled Edges
  • Handcrafted to produce an exquisitely soft finish
  • Screen printed in the UK
Fox X Chris Sullivan : It Don't Mean a Thing Artist Square

Longtime friends Chris Sullivan and Mr. Cordeaux (Fox Brothers' Managing Director) were first introduced to each other during an evening event at The Wag Club in London. A time when accessories such as "spats", were considered a bold and vintage look.

Mr. Cordeaux often recalls visiting on weekends, during his days as a student at 'Chelsea School of Art', "I remember there was a particular move towards men's suiting at this time, moving away from the New Romantic era. This was when I first fell in love with the suit, often picking up many second hand pieces from outfitters Alfred Kemp. Run by a particularly rude man... but as the suits were so reasonable, I didn't really care!".

Chris Sullivan is a gentleman of many talents, having been a lead singer, entrepreneur, author, fashion designer and painter, amongst lots of other professions. Most recently Chris has developed a real artistic flair, having painted numerous pieces for his store, completed over 60 various commissions, and illustrated a set of artist squares for Fox Brothers.

This artist square features a remarkable illustration from Chris Sullivan. Commemorating electric blends of latin jazz, vintage funk, northern soul, with an early 80's vibe. Crafted from a wool and silk challis, to produce a delicately soft hand feel. A special collaboration project, to form a beautiful artist square with rolled edges, and a highly detailed screen print.

Size

33 x 33 cm approx.

Features
  • Artwork by Chris Sullivan
  • 70% Wool, 30% Silk Challis
  • Rolled Edges
  • Handcrafted to produce an exquisitely soft finish
  • Screen printed in the UK
Fox X Chris Sullivan : It Don't Mean a Thing Artist Square
Fox X Chris Sullivan : It Don't Mean a Thing Artist Square Sale price$103.00 USD