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Working on the cutting edge of contemporary fashion, not to mention unafraid of dealing with some difficult questions that sit at the very heart of his practice (fashion is, after all not just about the clothes), young fashion designerMatija Čop is definitely going to prove to be a name to remember in the coming years. Born and raised inCroatia, before turning to the world of fashion, he was a national champion in athletics and a student of Croatian language and literature. Currently a graduate student of fashion design of the Faculty of Textile Technology in Zagreb, Čop combines a conceptual approach with a more intuitive hands-on working method, depending on the nature of each project and what he wants to achieve each time. Less focused on how groundbreaking or provocative his garments could be, instead, he turns his attention to the role fashion (including fashion makers) plays in its wider socio-cultural context.

Today, after spending a few months in Sweden researching an approach to fashion design that seeks to create ”fashion without clothing,” Čop is presently involved in a new project leading him in new directions. Though reluctant to reveal any more detail about his current undertakings, the 27-year-old designer was very generous in answering the following questions for us, thereby offering us a broader look into his work and design philosophy.

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Craftsy’s Paid Class Giveaway “Painting An Allegory!”
Sponsoring Supersonic this week is the fantastic Craftsy who are once again offering an absolutely fantastic opportunity with an online class GIVEAWAY for "Painting An Allegory."
To truly ignite and grasp your viewer’s imagination an artist needs to understand the art of allegory.  Craftsy’s class on the subject will do just that as it covers everything from concept, rule of thirds, composition, blocking, refining the work and it will be taught to you by instructor Martin Wittfooth!  One of my personally favorite artists and who is truly a master of the allegorical work of art.  The class never expires once you get it and is valued at $50!
Entering the giveaway is very simple - just register on Craftsy for your chance to enter!
(Winner will be chosen and contacted by Craftsy one week from this post!)
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supersonicart:

Craftsy’s Paid Class Giveaway “Painting An Allegory!”
Sponsoring Supersonic this week is the fantastic Craftsy who are once again offering an absolutely fantastic opportunity with an online class GIVEAWAY for "Painting An Allegory."
To truly ignite and grasp your viewer’s imagination an artist needs to understand the art of allegory.  Craftsy’s class on the subject will do just that as it covers everything from concept, rule of thirds, composition, blocking, refining the work and it will be taught to you by instructor Martin Wittfooth!  One of my personally favorite artists and who is truly a master of the allegorical work of art.  The class never expires once you get it and is valued at $50!
Entering the giveaway is very simple - just register on Craftsy for your chance to enter!
(Winner will be chosen and contacted by Craftsy one week from this post!)
Zoom Info
supersonicart:

Craftsy’s Paid Class Giveaway “Painting An Allegory!”
Sponsoring Supersonic this week is the fantastic Craftsy who are once again offering an absolutely fantastic opportunity with an online class GIVEAWAY for "Painting An Allegory."
To truly ignite and grasp your viewer’s imagination an artist needs to understand the art of allegory.  Craftsy’s class on the subject will do just that as it covers everything from concept, rule of thirds, composition, blocking, refining the work and it will be taught to you by instructor Martin Wittfooth!  One of my personally favorite artists and who is truly a master of the allegorical work of art.  The class never expires once you get it and is valued at $50!
Entering the giveaway is very simple - just register on Craftsy for your chance to enter!
(Winner will be chosen and contacted by Craftsy one week from this post!)
Zoom Info
supersonicart:

Craftsy’s Paid Class Giveaway “Painting An Allegory!”
Sponsoring Supersonic this week is the fantastic Craftsy who are once again offering an absolutely fantastic opportunity with an online class GIVEAWAY for "Painting An Allegory."
To truly ignite and grasp your viewer’s imagination an artist needs to understand the art of allegory.  Craftsy’s class on the subject will do just that as it covers everything from concept, rule of thirds, composition, blocking, refining the work and it will be taught to you by instructor Martin Wittfooth!  One of my personally favorite artists and who is truly a master of the allegorical work of art.  The class never expires once you get it and is valued at $50!
Entering the giveaway is very simple - just register on Craftsy for your chance to enter!
(Winner will be chosen and contacted by Craftsy one week from this post!)
Zoom Info

supersonicart:

Craftsy’s Paid Class Giveaway “Painting An Allegory!”

Sponsoring Supersonic this week is the fantastic Craftsy who are once again offering an absolutely fantastic opportunity with an online class GIVEAWAY for "Painting An Allegory."

To truly ignite and grasp your viewer’s imagination an artist needs to understand the art of allegory.  Craftsy’s class on the subject will do just that as it covers everything from concept, rule of thirds, composition, blocking, refining the work and it will be taught to you by instructor Martin Wittfooth!  One of my personally favorite artists and who is truly a master of the allegorical work of art.  The class never expires once you get it and is valued at $50!

Entering the giveaway is very simple - just register on Craftsy for your chance to enter!

(Winner will be chosen and contacted by Craftsy one week from this post!)

I read on Facebook the other day something that said people say, “for better or for worse” (a line in wedding vows), but only really mean for better. It may sound like an obvious one, but I don’t think a lot of people realize what marriage is truely for anymore. Anytime you think you love someone, doesn’t mean you should get married, unless you can live with and accept the possibility that life can worse afterwards. Marriage should be about dedication. Unless there’s some sort of financial crisis or other reason that requires getting married to live, I feel like marriage a very serious event and bonding. I refuse to get married until I know someone will understand and accept the vows for me. No matter how dedicated I am to someone, I will NOT get married to someone who I think has the slightest thought about divorce being okay. It sounds crazy, and I’m not saying anyone is wrong for divorce, but when I say I love you, it’s not just because I think you’re pretty.

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