Kiehl’s invited the artist Max Goshko-Dankov to collaborate. Kiehl’s had an offer - inspired by Russian folk crafts and developing four different designs for two hits - Crème des Corps Whipped body cream and Ultra Facial Cream face cream - based on matryoshka dolls, Zhostovo trays, Mezen and Severodvinsk paintings - Max took it with delight.
Kiehl's Russia Site decoration
Kiehl's Russia Windows decoration
Russian Soul: Levi’s® x Max Goshko-Dankov Capsule Stripes Collection
the legendary brand announced the first collaboration in its history with a Russian artist - Max Goshko-Dankov. The result of cooperation is bright stripes with a Russian pattern, presented in pop art style.
The collection of patches is the quintessence of Russian folk culture, the values of Levi’s® and modern art. This is not pure pop art, but not typical Russian art. When creating his stripes, Max was guided by Levi’s® philosophy - based on the past, create the present. The artist followed the example of the American brand and presented a modern interpretation of Russian culture.
The main and key element of the stripes was the silhouette of Russian nesting dolls. “I deliberately took as the basis of the pattern only the silhouette of the doll. For me it was important to convey a bright gamut of feelings in a recognizable and at the same time elegant style, ”says the artist.
Russian singer Sergey Lazarev presented a new single on October 7, 2016.
The cover of the single named “Ideal World” has been decorated by the famous artist Max Goshko-Dankov.
The iconic Chantecler bells that clink in the wind of the island of Capri now explode with colors in the limited edition drawn by Max Goshko-Dankov.
Playful patterns powered by a chromatic force and decorative symbols, captured by the Russian artist in different cultures and traditions - as is his style, revolving around three visual elements: fish, emblem eternity and summa of the incessant transformation of life, the eye symbol of protection and the hyperfamous blue cave that offers the luminosity that dart through its waters as inexhaustible sources of inspiration for the human soul.
Chantecler Capri Booth at Baselworld 2016
Window Decorations of Chantecler Capri boutique on Via Montenapoleone in Milan