If you are going through something, put this on and let my drawings hug you. —Sofia
+ unisex, relaxed fit (sweatshirt also available here)
+ classic sweatsuit with drawstring
+ 9 oz, 80/20 cotton/polyester blend with 100% cotton face, 30 singles
+ plastisol prints on both legs
Decorated in the Coachella Valley by our other half, Windmill City Screen Printing.
Designed by Sofia Enriquez.
Sofia Enriquez is a Mexican-American Fine Artist based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Enriquez received her BFA in Communication Arts at Otis College of Art & Design in 2014. She currently operates from her studio in Manoa Valley, Honolulu, HI where she creates works that explore her intercultural identity, symbolism, and feminism. Her practice consists of murals, large-scale paintings, and her fashion collection MUCHO, that consists of one of a kind painted garments. Enriquez’s visual language includes simplified portraiture that is inspired by androgyny, traditional Catholic paintings, and “Spanglish” phrases that are used as captions on some of her paintings to comment on her cultural diversity growing up in the United States. The iconography she uses create a literal way of her storytelling. She weaves bold elements such as paisley, faces, and other graphics into fluid-like compositions that create the illusion of movement and timelessness.