Cuts and strips often make a collage but collage maker Hormazd Narielwalla takes it to a different level. The artist brings to life old Savile Row patterns from menswear to ladies’ fashion into the collages and sculptures for the discerning eye.
The cut out collages of Hormazd Narielwalla takes on bespoke fashion in its own turf. Armed with a pair of scissors and the imagination and a distinct style, Narielwalla creates various artistic collages and evocative sculptures. His pieces are detailed and crisp, with the looming bespoke inspiration and Savile Row sense.
His artistic style is matched with great taste as he fashions the old patterns into new creations. Narielwalla’s distinct style in collage making creates abstract designs with colorful variations as well as creative transformations. His work on Dead Man’s Patterns focus on mortality with paper skulls fashioned from patterns of deceased Savile Row customers.
This form of high art and creative interpretation of his inspirations is gold mine for cut and sew ideas and serves as a shout out to fashion and cubism. Some of his works channel a Picasso vibe only if the famed artist used dress patterns instead of his paint and canvass as his instrument and medium. It’s like looking at a tailor’s table with the dress patterns neatly arranged into a maze or map of sorts.
Narielwalla’s artworks are bursting at the seams with fashion inspiration and artistic creativity. You can see more of his works on his website as well as his latest gallery shows and sculptures.
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