Oh boy, we love Daniel Brereton (aka Dan has Potential), everything he draws or paints or embroiders, as is the case of these wall-hanging wonders for Urban Outfitters, is a vivid illustrative delight.
He reappropriates relic-like symbolism for his contemporary cultural artefacts – Haitian voodoo flags inspired these particular textiles – and delivers his own unique and mystical narrative through the omnipotent beings, trans-dimensional portals and black magic vases that populate the tapestries.
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