Expanding upon the layers of social correspondence between the craftsmen and Louis Vuitton, Franco-Tunisian road craftsman eL Seed was welcomed in March 2013 to take part in Louis Vuitton’s ‘Foulards d’Artistes’ venture, alongside some other road specialists, including British EINE, Japanese AIKO, American RETNA and Brazilian OsGemeos and Indonesian EkoNugroho,he outlined a scarf for the Maison, reproducing the exemplary silk Louis Vuitton scarfin his own supreme Arabic ‘calligraffiti’ style.As an additional measurement to the workmanship coordinated effort, eL Seed exclusively made an uncommon window installationusing the notable Alzer hard-sided gear.
eL Seed left his one of a kind stamp on the heap of three trunks, having the same idyllic and liquid ‘calligraffiti’ messages that have made him prestigious in the realm of urban art.These remarkable and lovely items check a noteworthy crossroads ever, making them the principal items made by a local craftsman for the Maison.Inspired by Arabic calligraphy, eL Seed envisions the effortless twirls of this familial workmanship overlaying the Monogram example of the three extraordinary trunks in pink, blue and gold.
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Louis Vuitton has a pretty strong inclination toward street art, we can clearly tell at this point. Another graffiti sprayer entering the ranks of Louis collaborators was eL Seed, a Tunisian urban artist who adorned some classic Louis luggage with Arabic-style calligraphy and graffiti, which he calls “calligraffiti.”