Dublin locations incorporated into new Electronic Sheep headscarf collection

Irish fashion brand Electronic Sheep has actually introduced its new collection’Electro-fuse ‘, which is a collection of detailed headscarfs and kaftans that inform the tale of a night out on the town, starring the Electronic Lamb personalities from the brand’s eponymous comic.

Digital Sheep was established by 2 musicians and also designers, Brenda Aherne and Helen Delany.

The NCAD alumni established the tag in 1998 as well as are based in London and Dublin.

With three global solo exhibitions revealing Electronic Lamb’s archive, art work, fabrics and also digital media, this ‘Electro-fuse’ collection of ‘digi-comic-cosmo’ infused knitwear will play a huge component in the upcoming programs, the dates of which are yet to be validated.

The comic characters included can electro-fuse into electric objects to transport themselves
to their chosen destination in any kind of part of the globe. Though it is partially creativity, all venues in the collection are genuine locations that the designers proceed or have to constant, such as Wexford Street in Dublin’s city centre.

All characters, including Pandora Silvertip, Goat, Sailor and Bearface, were motivated by people that the designers have met and also partied with along the road. They have typically as well as, given the opportunity, still would certainly avoid all night.

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