SERVADIO – Angelica shirt
Varsi apparel in collaboration with Getem
100% screen printed cotton
Screen print by 56Fili
LIMITED EDITION OF 15
One size fits all
Height: 85 cm
Shoulders: 60 cm
Sleeve: 60 cm
Model height: 186 cm
Michele Servadio was born in Italy in 1986. He grew up in a small village in the Veneto countryside. Drawn to painting and drawing from an early age, Servadio attended the Art School in Padua and the University of Visual Arts in Venice. In 2007 he approached the world of tattoos, fascinated by its tradition and cultural phenomenon. He moved to London in 2010.
In his atelier in Hackney Wick, Servadio creates new projects which interconnect the different practices of tattooing, painting, printmaking, photography, and performance art. Merging these diciplines, feeding them back into one another, he creates a unique universe where he is able to explore and describe the human condition and his environment.
The aesthetics of his work is dark and melancholic; it embodies Folklore, expressionism, and the bleakness of a post-industrial scenario.
In 2014 he started to experiment with sound and tattooing. This gave birth to 'Body of Reverbs', a contemporary Ritual combining sound, pain, accupuncture and permanent marks on the body. Body of Reverbs has been presented in the form of live performances and instilations across the UK, Europe, Asia and America.
His artworks have been exhibited in England, Italy, and Germany.
“Angelica” is a limited edition series of shirts created from a design by Servadio and produced by Varsi Art&Lab in collaboration with Getem and 56Fili.
The image reproduced portrays one of the artist’s iconic tattoos etched on Angelica’s skin, hence the title.
The composition was graphically re-elaborated and screen-printed by 56Fili on cotton fabric from which unisex shirts were sewn.
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