"THE JACKALOPE - PAN HIS AND HERS CREW SOCKS & NO-SHOW SOCKS"
If you are a fan of having a sock for every occasion like me, look no further. You can easily celebrate any occasion, or non-occasion with the selection of socks we make.
Matt Smith's Artwork will appear in a collection, so make sure to keep an eye out for new additions, and expanding sock line of his artwork. The Jackalope - Pan speaks for itself and is an ink on paper drawing. This whimsical and fun drawing works well on the men's and women's socks, showcasing how diverse "Art Socks" and Artists works so well as wearable art.
Approximate Size: - Men's L 8-12, Women’s Small 4-6 - Men's L 8-12, Women's Medium 6-12
- Men's XL 12-15, Women's Small 4-6 - Men's XL 12-15, Women's Medium 7-10
MATT SMITH - ARTIST BIO:
As a Washington native, Matt Smith spent the majority of his life inspired by the lush ecology of the Pacific and Inland Northwest. After graduating from The Evergreen State College in 2014, he pursued a career as an independent artist, garnering shows, working on various commissions, and paid heed to the yearnings of a built up wanderlust. He began experimenting with different ideas, and approaching his art practice from different perspectives: Making his daily practice something of an adventure. His fascination with cultural bridges and liminality drove him deeper into his love for traveling, though from the start, it was nature that was his driving force. A constant thread in his work is the ability for nature to adapt through mutation. It became almost a control variable among the chaos of his practice and ever changing technique. There are silver linings in the heavy presence of humankind on this planet, and most are hidden in nature’s strange ability to mutate. Through traveling, he’s seen firsthand the tremendous impact humankind has had on the living, changing planet. He believes the future of Earth’s animal and plant kingdoms could possibly be bleak in ways, but hopeful that adaptation and mutation will kick in, making things anew, as in the fruits and flowers of Fukushima, presently.
In 2014, Matt traveled extensively throughout Southeast Asia on an Anthropology/Photography contract sponsored by TESC. He spent a little over one month in each of four countries, allowing time for full immersion. Buddhist and Hindu artwork has fascinated him from a young age, and continues to influence his work aesthetic today. He recently explored Southern Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala, where he fell in love with the slow, relaxed, and ultra-vibrant island culture of the Caribbean. His long-term goals include traveling for mural work, enlivening the storm-torn islands of the bahamas through home repair and mural installation, and exhibiting and networking afar. He has always had a passion for curating and hosting large-scale events, and has organized multiple group art shows. His current objective is to explore the potential of bringing artists with similar vision into the same physical space, creating a collective of like-minded individuals, continuing to pursue large-scale murals both locally and around the globe, and obtaining an MFA for a future in teaching.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
Pattern placement varies on each pair of socks. The photo is a representation of what you will be getting. If you want to see the actual socks you will be receiving, please message me and I will send you a photo. THANK YOU for understanding that each pair of socks has variations, and that these are handmade by Me — with Love and Passion.
There are slight imperfections, or may have dead spots where the print cannot reach, this is part of the process. Each piece is one of one. We hand press and design each piece, and is not mass produced or manufactured.
Also, due to differences in computer monitors, there may be a difference in colors between the actual product and your screen. Please be sure to read all product descriptions, and ask any questions before finalizing your order.
If you need items shipped sooner, please contact me. I will try to accommodate as best I can.