Marbled Adjustable Hat
Marbled Adjustable Hat
This marble-ized hat was made by Light Sound Dimension
There will never be a hat exactly like this one, due to the unique hydro-dip painting process that you know and love from the classic marbleized setups on this site. Light Sound Dimension apparently also shares the appreciation of this unique and awesome painting process. I have been a huge fan of their geometric t-shirts for years, and am very pleased to be working with such a rad company!
More marble-ized clothing and wall art to come late 2017-early 2018…if you have anything you would like to see made, please use the contact form to shoot over your suggestions! What kinds of clothing would you like to see marble-ized? The possibilities are many. It just needs to be a somewhat porous surface (like fabric or wood compared to glass).
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Light Sound Dimension:
“I prefer to let the art communicate my message, as I am not usually a man of many words. However, it seems appropriate to describe my philosophy and background here. Light Sound Dimension embodies the paradigm of transformation through art. I have always enjoyed music festivals since my first festival in 1999, and attending festivals has been a priority in my life since 2005. As an autodidact, I began teaching myself the basics of design and screenprinting in 2008, using stencil graffiti as my main source of inspiration. In 2009, I started Light Sound Dimension based on my desire to create more art and share it in a festival atmosphere. Since then, my wife Jen and I have grown Light Sound Dimension into a successful business. Our art is our only source of income, and running Light Sound Dimension is our full-time job.
Today, I work with several of my friends to create our merchandise, and I have close personal relationships with some of the families who own the stores where I obtain my supplies. Using eco-friendly water-based and water-based discharge ink, I hand-screenprint all of the clothing and my friend Wurthy airbrushes some of the clothing. My friend Jason in Pasadena does all of the embroidery. We continually explore different mediums to create novel art that provokes the question, “What else is possible?”