M.C.Overalls is set to launch an ongoing art program entitled “Canvas” that sees the UK-based imprint collaborate with diverse creatives on unique items. Kicking off the inaugural installment is Belgian artist Robert Alonzi who embellished his signature motifs on the brand’s workwear items. Alonzi is known for his figurative works that draw inspiration from pop culture and pastoral scenes alongside large-scale bronze and resin sculptures of child-like subjects. A total of sixteen works will be exhibited at M.C.Overall’s Newburgh Street store in London.
During the exhibition run starting June 29, an Alonzi painting will be auctioned to raise funds for CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably), a male mental health charity dedicated to preventing male suicide. View select pieces above and head over to M.C.Overalls’ official website to learn more.
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