RGB Silk Scarves Collection by Carnovsky
by Harry / April 12, 2012
From @_carnovsky_, a silk scarf collection developed on the principle used to create Carnovsky's Color est e pluribus unus wallpaper.


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Says Carnovsky, designers/artist duo Francesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla, "After having developed the RGB principle on wallpapers and prints, we wanted to translate our designs and RGB principles into a different material, this time light and delicate as the silk."

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"From our point of view a scarf is not just a fashion accessory, but also a sort of wearable piece of art that can interact with the person depending on the way it is worn."

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"Because of this, it has been changelling and motivating for us to work for the first time with a material such as minute, light and ephemeral as the silk, that distorts and creates new designs, because beyond RGB chromatic stimulus, it also interacts with the atmosphere and with the body, adding new meanings through movement and transparence."

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The RGB scarves collection is comprised of three limited edition silk scarves made of 100% pure silk Peau d'ange, digitally printed and made in Italy, with a hand rolled hem, each copy numbered and signed on a silk label.

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More at Carnovsky and no-one. Photos: Marco Menghi.

About CARNOVSKY RGB:

RGB is a work about the exploration of the "surface's deepness".

RGB designs create surfaces that mutate and interact with different chromatic stimulus.

RGB consists in the overlapping of three different images, each one in a primary color. The resulting images from this three level's superimposition are unexpected and disorienting. The colors mix up, the lines and shapes entwine becoming oneiric and not completely clear. Through a colored filter (a light or a transparent material) it is possible to see clearly the layers in which the image is composed. The filter's colors are red, green and blue, each one of them serves to reveal one of the three levels.

In each image three layers live together, three worlds that could belong to a specific animal kingdom or to an anatomical part, but at the same time connect to a different psychological or emotional status that passes from the clear to the hidden, from the light to the darkness, from the awakeness to the dream in something that could be a sort of exploration of the surface's deepness.

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