Stunning, translucent, silhouettes created by Liam Johnson for his graduate collection at London Central Saint Martins.
“In terms of the fabric, I chose fabrics that felt very cheap to me ‒ flat, nasty, unexpected.’ Using this as a starting point, Liam’s challenge was to elevate his textiles to a luxury level. He focussed on the intersection of two-dimensionality and three-dimensionality, bringing flat printed elements to life in 3D form. An important aspect of his process came from an awareness of the space around each individual piece, examining where the 2D meets the 3D and where the 3D meets the space. “I was trying to break everything down to its original form, it’s most abstract shape.”Liam Johnson