It’s hard not to crush on Brooklyn-based fibers fine artist Liz Collins’ work. She uniquely recreates her experience of the world as a place of stupendous wonder and cosmic energy with vivid palettes, dynamic patterning and intoxicating wit. Inspired by stills from the edgy 1982 cult classic film Liquid Sky—which zeroes in on the subculture of downtown New York’s club scene in the early New Wave era—Permanent Sunset creatively captures the pleasure centers of our brains as they played a prominent part in the film’s story and art direction. Offered in a range from far out to more calming magic-hour hues, this handscreened print allowed us to further flex our color capabilities with transparent inks and duo chrome powders to create colorways that are truly dynamic and full of depth. It’s pure alternate dimension eye candy.
*Please note: when printing full-color transparent background screens, there is an inevitable overlap line every 5’ on the Miami Nice and Over Easy colorways. The line is about 1/12” thick and we do our best to ensure they are as discreet as possible. Please contact us if you have any concerns.