As part of the Nike by You Workshop, Obvious created the first AI designed sneakers. In order to create this exclusive model, they trained their Generative Adversarial Networks to create, from the analysis of the existing Nike models. More than a mere mix, it is the interpretation of an artificial intelligence and its participation to […]
In collaboration with Ordinary Habit, Amber Vittoria created a 500 pieces puzzle called “Wish You Were Here”. Once assembled, this deceptively simple-looking painting is a strikingly geometric ode to the female figure. Disassembled, her piece becomes wildly abstract.
To represent and celebrate Women’s History Month, Amber Vittoria and Tombolo collaborated on an exclusive shirt, named “Taking A Day”. It speaks to not only taking time to reflect on how far we have come in striving for equality amongst genders, but also taking the time to continuously push further for equality and intersectional feminism.
In collaboration with Calida Switzerland, Amber Vittoria created a capsule collection speaking to the importance of sustainability. The artwork was inspired by the fully recyclable shirts on which they are printed, with each illustration speaking to our relationship with Mother Nature and how caring for our planet is synonymous with caring for our humanity.
Amber Vittoria created an artist edition sock set in collaboration with Happy Socks. Each sock is a different portrait of a woman, totaling 6 portraits within 3 pairs. Each pair is meant to be mixed and matched, speaking to the idea that when women come together in different ways, the most amazing things can happen.
The Swedish department store Nordiska Kompaniet invited Amber Vittoria to create illustrations for their Spring/Summer Campaign, used for in-store signage, packaging, social media, and digital assets. The collection spoke to the excitement surrounding warmer weather and feeling confident in dressing in one’s most authentic way.