Vans Launches Campaign Spotlighting 5 Woman-Identifying Artists
In honor of International Women’s Day.
Ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8, Vans has invited five female-identifying artists to create works inspired by the iconic footwear brand’s DIY spirit. The result is a digital campaign, “These Projects Are Ads for Creativity,” spotlighting the creatives’ resulting artwork and their journeys.
San Francisco-based Rewina Beshue created a series of colorfully trippy paintings that explore the themes of time, space and reality, while illustrator and skateboarder Eloise Dorr decorated boards with scenes inspired by her favorite skate spots in London. Working in the realm of homeware-meets-art-object, ceramicist Lalese Stamps crafted a curvy vase painted with Vans’ iconic checkerboard print and Annabell Lee applied the print to handmade pillows. Similarly, fabric artist Gaudmother crafted a checkered rug in the shape of a slithering snake.
Head to the Vans Off The Wall website to check out the new campaign.