During these challenging times, it’s important to stay inspired at home. In keeping with the brand’s continued support of emerging talents and young artists, Versace will showcase projects created by up-and-coming creatives, inspired by our sneaker collection. We hope you find some respite in the artistic vision of these talented individuals.
Uros is a Serbian origami master redefining the ancient art of paper folding. A former architecture student, Mihic plays with scale to create extraordinary sculptures and abstract geometrical compositions.
His Squalo sculpture features a ridged, geometric finish achieved by thousands of hand-folded facets. The 2 by 1.5-meter piece took almost 200 hours to create and is crafted from 5,460 pieces of paper.
ORIGAMI SCULPTURE GALLERY
Antoni is a digital artist from Hamburg, Germany. He draws inspiration from his surroundings, meaning that any chance encounter can lead to spectacularly detailed piece of work. His interpretation of the Squalo draws from Versace's iconic house code: the Medusa.
During this period of working from home, Antoni is still creating artwork, and using any downtime to learn and develop new skills.