Navy blue printed cotton t-shirt
At Misericordia we work with our hands, our spirit and our heart, "manos, espiritu y corazon", but also with our head full of South American inspirations.
Our stylist, Aurelyen, finds its inspiration there, in Lima, Peru. There exists a specific sensory experience that holds the promise of both a new contemporary Latin world and a new life for individuals and the community.
This graphic tee-shirt will bring to your look something unique, a touch of difference, a symbole of the South America influence.
Aurelyen is a French designer Paris and Lima based visual, fashion artist-activist and entrepreneur born and raised in Paris, France.
He travelled and researched extensively in South America so as to pursue a variety of inquiries: to address the uncertainty of the present and the near future, to express solidarity and the necessity of art, while continuously exploring the richness of contradiction, perplexity, change and movement.
Aurelyen is a nomad of the world who is truly gifted, fearless, and unique. As a multifaced corossover artist, he experiments and engages many different media in his work such as drawing, writing, photography, video and fashion. A dynamic performance that amalgamate relationships between human bodies, craftsman and Fashion addicts.
His works explore a world of challenge and strangeness, violence and melancholy, loneliness and desire where narrative passages take place in South America. He wants to create a breath of fresh air, and a new way to see and experience feelings you may have not faced in a long time. For him, a tee-shirt is a place to let yourself be exposed, amused, delighted, and terrified all at the same time. It’s an alive experience, you stepp into a wonderful thing. Misericordia’s tee-shirt provides a refreshing perspective on art, fashion and urban claim.
Misericordia belongs to that family of brands which likes to establish relationships between individuals, spectators or partners of her work. His clothes are always the occasion for a convivial experience. His approach, in whatever form it takes, is never demonstrative or ostentatious, fixed or univocal. It’s a process of the circulation of ideas.
Our world needs new forms for new beginnings: political, economic, social and emotional. We need the rebirth of a new kind of subjectivity. It is a myth of the possible: a new way of seeing things. It will enable new dreams, or at least make the creation of new projects possible.
As an artist is excited to remain close as possible to non-conforming dynamics in society as personal practices, political activism, social justice. And also work with memorable experiences, analysis and critique towards morality and ethics within their environment with the hope that it will inspire or excite the next wave of activists, here and around the world.