Stories of our everyday lives. Difficult days, but also days full of joy in every nuance. Between sky-high self-fulfilment and abysmal sadness. Filling it with all conceivable facets and losing ourselves in the smallest details, only to realise in the end that our lives, as so often, can only be subjected to our own actions to a limited extent. It will probably be fate or something similar that holds the reins. Whether you like it or not.
The young designer Joanna Prażmo tells stories. Stories about the art and philosophy of the everyday. In her new collection “PANIC BUYING”, she dedicates herself to the instictive and involuntary fusion of the human being with his environment, but without being completely at the mercy of fate. Rather, it is about the formation of a unity between discomfort and balance. Between danger and harmlessness. Oppression and unsurpassable light-heartedness. Silicone, resin and plastic serve Joanna Prazmo, former student at the London College of Fahion, as media for expressing.
All pictures courtesy of Joanna Prażmo & Jesse May Fisher