We gave fashion stylist and costume designer Sayuri Murakami the task of creating functional artwork that people can enjoy in their everyday life. Murakami has is a seasoned art director and has contributed to some of the industry's top publications—Vogue Russia, Harper's Bazaar, L'Officiel and Fashion Gone Rogue to name a few. She worked on three different HICKIES installations: the Cube, the Chairs and the Lights.
It took close to 500 HICKIES to create Murakami's cube masterpiece. The vibrant array of colors work to create a series of shadows that add a layer of intrigue. Here, she showcases how our laces can can become everyday fixtures.
Murakami played around with light and shadows for her extraordinary electric lamp project. Fantastical, magical and rainbow bright…
We’ve learned that HICKIES have near endless applications. From hair accessories and wristbands to dog collars and key chains, HICKIES can serve a slew of purposes. We want to create beautiful things that question all that’s ordinary. We’re all about experimentation, transformation, and intervention. Check out some clever ideas for alternative HICKIES uses.