For immediate release from Design + Conquer, VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada
“Reducing and eliminating the use of plastics is essential...but what do we do with the plastics that already exist?” asks Design + Conquer Creative Director Morgan Mallett. “This collection strives to be a part of the answer.”
Worn on the body, hung on the wall as sound-absorbing art, or viewed as crypto art / NFTs, Design + Conquer’s Decrypt collection is as versatile as it is unique. Inspired by the allied WWII codebreakers at Bletchley Park, the new collection is set to re-code paradigms in both art and design realms.
“We need to think more three-dimensionally about everything we produce as humans. It’s great to make a new and interesting design, but what is involved in its creation, what possible impacts and uses will it have during its lifespan, and what happens with it in the distant future?” Says Mallett.
As clothing, each design in the collection is made from a single piece of acoustic felt, and folds around the body using scoring, slits and tabs, and is secured with premium snap fastenings. Made from 70% recycled post-consumer polyester (rPET), each design is also fully recyclable. Unfolded and hung on the wall, each design functions as a sound-absorbing work of art. Finally, as an NFT (non-fungible token), the design becomes a digital collectible.
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Pieces in Design + Conquer’s Sewless collection range from $4,000 – $6,000 USD, and can be purchased at www.design-and-conquer.com
A commanding fusion of industrial and organic aesthetic, Design + Conquer is best described as a breakaway design faction. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, DC specializes in bespoke garment, accessory design and multifunctional art.
Designer Morgan Mallett’s designs have been seen in the pages of Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, Refinery29, The Globe and Mail, Fashion Magazine, Huffington Post, The National Post, and more. She is a recent recipient of the Carter Wosk Award for Applied Art and Design , and her designs are sold at the Polygon Gallery and internationally online.