McQ by Jesse Draxler
Working through hundreds of X-Acto blades, Jesse Draxler reimagines the McQ’s new collection in his haunting, surrealistic visual language
KIDILL designer Hiroaki Sueyasu is dedicated to the cause. Fall/Winter 2021 expands this mindset with plenty of thematic garments and two special guests: artist Jesse Draxler and legendary experimental musician Keiji Haino, who soundtracked the show. – Hypebeast
NILøS Signs on Artist Jesse Draxler for Expressive T-Shirt Capsule
NILøS has called in L.A.-based artist Jesse Draxler for an expressive T-shirt capsule. The label is the brainchild of JULIUS‘ designer Tatsuro Horikawa, which started just five years ago. The new project follows NILøS’ Fall/Winter 2020 lookbook seen back in January.
NILøS x Jesse Draxler
The capsule is comprised of a series of graphic T-shirts emblazoned with bold monochromatic prints. Each piece is embellished with expressive renderings in the signature dystopian, collage-like style of Jesse Draxler — Draxler has worked previously on artwork for Nine Inch Nails, Daughters and Zola Jesus. One noteworthy T-shirt sees a distorted portrait of a woman where the face is depicted with mechanical details. Other tees include graphics of skulls and more abstract motifs, rounding up the artful capsule.
For Summer 2023, Pleasures has curated collaborations with New Era, N*E*R*D,
The Faint, Pabst Blue Ribbon, DJ Topgun, Kenny Hoopla, Zellerfeld, Ghost World,
Rolling Stone, Gel, Jesse Draxler, Geese, and Puma. – Hypebeast