Some lovely shots of Portland-based artist Lane Walkup’s latest pieces taken by photographer Linnea Stephan. Helped by their friend Juell Towns, Linnea highlights the ethereal nature of Lane’s wearable artworks, which are made from wire that has been bent, formed, torch-welded and powder coated. As Lane describes her vision:
“You put these pieces on and you feel like you’re wearing something you shouldn’t be wearing, like armor for the modern world. I like making things that aren’t typically made in metal, they have a grandiose quality to them that way. You get a ‘Solange at a Met Gala’ feel when you’re wearing them, which is the ultimate dream.”
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