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Established in 2009, Clarke & Barba was inspired by a mutual love for one another and for fashion during a chance meeting in 1993. After establishing what is now Clarke & Barba, they have finally released a line of accessories for all to enjoy.

With their “fashion is about confidence” ethos, Clarke & Barba hope to share that confidence, share the fashion, share the Mode Populi.

“Fashion (Mode) for the People (Populi). Fashion is about confidence. It’s like walking with a smile on your face or having good posture. Wearing something that makes you look good on the outside will make you feel good inside*. Therefore giving you confidence to do what you want with your life. We want to share this way of positive thinking with the things that inspire us in fashion. To share the confidence, share the fashion, share the Mode Populi.”

 

* The apparel oft proclaims the man”

                                       -Shakespeare

 

 

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Silvano Barba

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  Making a real-life animated GIF of Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood’s apocalyptic album art  
 When Atoms for Peace — a collaboration between Thom Yorke (of Radiohead), Flea (of the Red Hot Chili Peppers), and other musicians — announced its first album earlier this week, it unveiled a stark, black-and-white vision of a sinking and burning Los Angeles on its site. Now, that image has taken a curious journey. Stanley Donwood, who created the piece earlier this year and has worked with Radiohead and Yorke for the past two decades, collaborated with artist Insa to turn it into a series of murals, painted one after another onto label XL Recordings’ Los Angeles Office. Each mural was photographed before being painted over, and the final series became what Insa calls “gif-itti”: an exaggerated version of street art’s life cycle, with each piece quickly painted over and turned into an animated GIF.

thisistheverge:

Making a real-life animated GIF of Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood’s apocalyptic album art

When Atoms for Peace — a collaboration between Thom Yorke (of Radiohead), Flea (of the Red Hot Chili Peppers), and other musicians — announced its first album earlier this week, it unveiled a stark, black-and-white vision of a sinking and burning Los Angeles on its site. Now, that image has taken a curious journey. Stanley Donwood, who created the piece earlier this year and has worked with Radiohead and Yorke for the past two decades, collaborated with artist Insa to turn it into a series of murals, painted one after another onto label XL Recordings’ Los Angeles Office. Each mural was photographed before being painted over, and the final series became what Insa calls “gif-itti”: an exaggerated version of street art’s life cycle, with each piece quickly painted over and turned into an animated GIF.