I am shocked at how beautiful it is. I had no idea that it would be such an aesthetic success.
He's a talented craftsman that's for sure but I find him more thematic than conceptual and frankly, for want or a better word, hard to connect with. I'm obviously alone in this considering the level of praise he's been getting.
I'm glad to see the love for minimalism in this thread, quite unexpected. Another fun find was comparing the lists of Socal2NYC (some sort of ludical and sexually ambiguous version of childhood and adolescence I guess) and GetSmart (surprisingly harsh and unrelenting, artists that make strong statements about the world they live in), considering they share a lot of the same sartorial interests.