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    Glasshouse x Alexa Coe - Fluidity, Lightness

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      Inspired by the Sans [Ceuticals] Nourishing Hair Hydratant as part of our collaboration with London based illustrator Alexa Coe. A former Journal interviewee and friend of Glasshouse, Alexa has partnered with us to create a range of six illustrations that offer a unique interpretation of her favourite items from Glasshouse Shop. Alexa’s fluid lines create long curls cascading down a woman’s back and a head of luscious, healthy hair that’s good enough to warrant leaving your clothes behind. Created in Alexa’s signature charcoal on paper style. View the full range here.

      A3, comes unframed.

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      Contemporary artist and illustrator Alexa Coe is changing the way art sees nudity. For centuries the female form has been idolised in art, from Botticelli’s Birth of Venus to Picasso’s portraits of Marie Therese Walter, yet there is little that looks at femininity through the eyes of a woman. Alexa’s work primarily focuses on this notion. “As a woman, I obviously have a unique experience of the female form. I know it’s lines and curves more than anyone else and so I wanted to offer an alternative perspective” says Alexa. Though her portraits can be considered ‘sexual’ in some ways, there is a distinct difference between her work and the popular media’s portrayal of the female body. Using alternative angles and shapes, Alexa challenges women to take pleasure in their own bodies and celebrate the diversity of the female form.

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