Courtland Smith Stevens, co-owner of Number Four Eleven, and I have recently collaborated to create window decals that honor and celebrate SCADstyle, spring in our fair city and Alexander Wang's visit to the college.
To create the plant-like forms, we turned a representation of Wang's infamous locks upside down. His eyes become the blossoms that look out onto Savannah's design district. Purple-pink flowers in the window boxes echo the powder pastel lavender of the decals that flirt with the reflected sky and architecture at Whitaker Street.
Our gratitude to SCAD for bringing such luminaries and lectures that delight and inspire each year. Thanks also to Kay Wolfersperger who, with prescience and precision, prepared our files for Chris Maddox who expertly printed, prepared and installed the vinyl. Stop by 411 Whitaker Street and enjoy this public minded, collaborative art! And then a few blocks north, Wang's talk with Domenico de Sole at Trustee's Theatre tonight at 6 p.m.