Take a Look Inside Baron Von Fancy's Closet

“Since I was young, I have been obsessed with making things. I learned that for me creativity was the path to happiness.”

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The name Gordon Stevenson may not immediately ring a bell, but for you’ve definitely seen one of his works of art. Going by the name Baron Von Fancy, the artist opens up his home to the folks at The Coveteur, showing off his kitschy and graphic world. An eccentric and colorful artist, Stevenson got his pseudonym from an old nickname — “Fancypants,” because he’s an avid collector of Versace jeans. His work combines bold sentences and statements with even bolder graphic fonts, which has proven to resonate with social media-focused audiences. With phrases such as “Sew Fancy” on sewing kits and “Wine Me Dine 69 Me,” the artist has expertly combined the use of puns and cheeky innuendos to catch a ride on the path to being “Insta-Famous.” Check out his TriBeCa loft above and head over to The Coveteur for the full tour.

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