藝術家André Saraiva 隨興塗鴉時尚
André Saraiva's Freestyle Graffiti


不只如此,André Saraiva與時尚圈的交流,也可以看作是他突破自我的創作延伸。例如他與法國精品百貨Galeries Lafayette的合作,便以塗鴉藝術家的身分現身,於去年9月一場慶祝巴黎時裝周開跑的晚會上,吊著鋼絲為百貨建築上的看板揮灑塗鴉創作,伴隨著身下樂團的表演樂聲,一個個「安德列先生」圖樣也隨之誕生。此外,他還進一步充當Galeries Lafayette 2014春夏廣告模特兒,讓攝影師捕捉其繪畫英姿,展現精品百貨與藝術家之間的良性互動。

André Saraiva為法國精品百貨Galeries Lafayette的巨型告示牌塗鴉。

André Saraiva為法國精品百貨Galeries Lafayette的巨型告示牌塗鴉。

同時,法國百年老牌Louis Vuitton也經常與André Saraiva結盟,包含2010年品牌為慶祝位於Saint-Tropez的Villa Louis Vuitton概念店開幕,就邀請他在店內舉行個展,並將展示的繪畫作品進行拍賣。同時Louis Vuitton邀請André Saraiva擔任攝影師,拍攝2010春夏太陽眼鏡形象廣告,捕捉下時尚名人配帶品牌太陽眼鏡時的模樣。最新的消息,則是參與了Louis Vuitton藝術家絲巾創作企劃(Foulards d’artistes),與INTI、Kenny Scharf等藝術家一同在絲巾上揮灑創意。

André Saraiva為Louis Vuitton 2010春夏太陽眼鏡系列拍攝形象廣告。

André Saraiva為Louis Vuitton 2010春夏太陽眼鏡系列拍攝形象廣告。

André Saraiva還多了個精品店老闆的身分,在巴黎東京宮(Palais de Tokyo)開設名為Black Block的精品店,除了販售黑色衛生紙、坦克型花瓶這類的創意物品,還陳列了他自己的服裝作品。這個以「Andréwear」為品牌名稱的服裝系列,包含牛仔褲、Polo衫、皮外套等單品,從顏色、輪廓到材質,全都反映了他本身的時尚態度與穿衣風格。

André Saraiva不僅推出品牌「Andréwear」(左),還與Levi’s(右上)、Converse(右下)推出聯名商品。

André Saraiva不僅推出品牌「Andréwear」(左),還與Levi’s(右上)、Converse(右下)推出聯名商品。

不只這樣,他的時尚創意還被接踵而來的聯名激發。在法國奢華鞋履品牌JM Weston的邀約下,André Saraiva獻出導演處女秀,以品牌鞋履作為楔子,衍生出充斥浪漫與荒誕情節的有趣微電影「The Shoe」。Levi’s巴黎香榭麗舍大道旗艦店開幕時刻,André Saraiva則與美國塗鴉藝術家Shepard Fairey合作,一同為品牌設計旗艦店獨賣款牛仔外套。帆布鞋品牌Converse也聯手André Saraiva與知名時尚雜誌<Purple Magazine>,利用文字圖樣、鞋底配色與仿舊處理等手法,為經典帆布鞋妝點不同樣貌。

JM Weston與André Saraiva合作推出微電影「The Shoe」。(轉載自Nowness官網)

瑞士奢華鐘錶品牌Parmigiani Fleurier 為了讚揚André Saraiva的藝術成就,特別推出限量錶款「Ovale Mister A」。這款以不鏽鋼搭配鱷魚皮錶帶的手錶,刻意在錶面12點處,裝飾藍色「安德列先生」臉譜,並搭配眼睛圖樣與藝術家簽名,為奢華錶款注入童趣一面。Givenchy則將腦袋動到了香水上頭,邀請André Saraiva為旗下熱銷的Play for Her女性淡香水,設計出宛若白紙的全新瓶身,讓消費者能自由揮灑創意,利用塗鴉或貼紙自行裝飾。再加上為新興香檳品牌Artéis & Co設計酒標,以及雪樹伏特加(Belvedere Vodka)新出品的Belvedere IX設計瓶身,可以說André Saraiva的創作痕跡,正以驚人的範圍遍佈全世界。在這樣了情況下,André Saraiva能否突破自我,再次繳出撼動世人的成績,讓人著實期待。«« 

左:André Saraiva為GivenchyPlay for Her女性淡香水設計瓶身、右:Parmigiani Fleurier 推出限量錶款「Ovale Mister A」。

左:André Saraiva為GivenchyPlay for Her女性淡香水設計瓶身、右:Parmigiani Fleurier 推出限量錶款「Ovale Mister A」。

»» In 1980s, the street art came into the traditional art scenes and generated likes of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring. The graffiti wave also influenced Europe which lightened the stage of André Saraiva.  

Moved in 1980s to Paris, André Saraiva was heavily impacted by Parisian graffiti. His iconic character Mr. A which has long limbs and quirky eyes. Originally, Mr. A was used in the Love Graffiti project, which expressed people’s love to their other hald, as a way to make money. However, it somehow became famous worldwide.

André Saraiva also opened Le Baron in 2004 that later was used to host many fashion parties. He is the creative editor of L’Officiel Hommes in the same time and brings great influence to the content. Saraiva doesn’t leave his artist soul who still draws at least ten Mr. A a day.

His connection with the fashion industry is much closer than imagined. Such as the collaboration with Galeries Lafayette, Saraiva planned a special display of Mr. A. He was also the model for the department’s 2014 SS season. Louis Vuitton conducted many collaborative works with Saraiva as well. The lastest work of the both side was the Foulards d’artistes. 

Saraiva career expanded as he opened a select shop Black Block to deliver his fashion attitude. As his fame broadening in the fashion industry, many brands came to him for works. Ranging from luxury shoe brand JM Weston, Levi’s flagship opening show, Converse, Parmigiani Fleurier , Givenchy, and champagne collaboration, Saraiva’s graffiti and unique artistic sense has greatly affected the world.«« 

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