Smuttily unhinged thoughts unite with imperfect design, culminating in raw, unapologetic expression.
Cheekily poking and pointing at norm-culture, conservatism, feminism, the patriarchy and similar fun themes.
Each piece is written by my own hand, digitally edited to the bare minimum and finally printed digitally (and on-demand) (rather than screen-printed). All this is to preserve as much of the original artwork as possible; crooked letters and colour nuances in all their glory.
The Gothface-concept is an attempt at not taking life too seriously, while still keeping an eye on questionable standards of expectation and, dare I say, censorship. If you have a similar devotion, I invite you to give your mom –or better, yet, your dad– a Gothface t-shirt for Christmas. <3
If you like what you see and are curious to follow the Gothface-brand (behind the scenes and possible future designs) and what else the person behind it all messes around with, head over to Instagram to follow: