Melancholy blooms in this new collection from Prague

Melancholy blooms in this new collection from Prague

Prague-based Gloom Bloom seeks beauty even in challenging times.


The collection, a collaboration between Czech designer Marek Ehrenberger and Mexican designer Andrea Falduda, responds to the end-of-summer gloom with the bold colors of exotic flowers. The result was a collection of three coherent illustrations, dubbed Gloom Bloom. “Gloom Bloom is about finding beauty in chaos, embracing periods of darkness, and using them as an opportunity for introspection and for contemplating the balance that obscurity brings,” said Falduda.

Gloom Bloom debuted last month at Lobster Space gallery in Prague. The collection includes T-shirts, bags, baseball caps, and art prints.

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Source: expats.cz

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