Thursday, September 18, 2008

C-Press

Noted Seattle art critic Regina Hackett offers kind insight on some new work. Thanks Regina!

Have a look!

"Clothes for Cepress are culturally coded expressions of rarified desire. His work is rooted in the 19th-century conception of the dandy, a type Charles Baudelaire commended as "sublime without interruption," he who "lives and sleeps before a mirror."

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