The Fusion of Art and Technology
The "Cultural Kaleidoscope" collection for Midwest Con is a collaboration that seamlessly merges different aspects of the creative process.
Together, this collaborative effort brings the collection full circle, combining the traditional craftsmanship of Studio Bagru's fabric printing, the local sewing expertise of Sewn in Cincy in Cincinnati, and the innovative digital aspect provided by Disrupt Art's blockchain technology.
The collaboration behind the "Cultural Kaleidoscope" collection for Midwest Con began with a brainstorming session between Rob Richardson, the founder of Disrupt, and Jeremy Fritzhand, the founder of Studio Bagru.
During their discussion, they discovered their shared passions for technology, art, creativity, and fashion, which sparked the idea for the collection. Their goal was to fuse an ancient craft and traditional technique with blockchain technology, promoting cultural expression and ensuring fair compensation for artisans.
This collaboration aims to celebrate the diversity of global heritage while embracing the possibilities of combining tradition with modern innovations.
Check out the video below to see the print come to life
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