Who? I’m Denis Marsili, AKA Ditch the Kitsch!! But you can call me just “Den”..
I’m a self-taught artist from Argentina – photographer’s son raised between photography books and camera manuals…I had some passion but it remained practically dormant for years…
In my early 20’s I bought a compact digital camera and found a renewed passion for photography, probably from having read all those manuals when I was a kid…so I started with digital photography enhancements out of curiosity and dived into it eager to learn to express how I experienced the world and its irony…and you know how one thing leads to another…then I focused almost exclusively on conceptual photography.
Trying to grow artistically and broaden my horizons I started designing T-shirts which allows me to work with concepts, plus I experience more creative freedom. I’m actually having a blast doing this, it’s like I reinvented myself, and it’s definitely my passion!
When designing a new T-shirt (usually with music on and drinking “mate”), I picture someone wearing it at a disco or bar, drink in hand, making an impression and looking cool while having a great time with friends…it’s a great boost for my inspiration!
How do you define your style? How did you develop this?
I honestly believe people can really get to know “me” by my work, but if I have to put it into words I can think of bold, dark, sometimes controversial, mainly ironic art (conceptual artists often rely on irony since life itself tends to be a little sarcastic I think you’ll agree with me on this). Sometimes my designs are a bit up-in-your face when I want my message clear.
I’m curious and I always want to learn new things and develop my technique and style if possible. Trying new things always with a positive mindset, I think that shapes up my style.
It all starts with an idea, a feeling, the sense I have to tell people something in particular, to share something…or just the urge to express my emotions as I experience them. It also works as therapy for me, designing takes me out of this world.
Why do you like the medium of T-shirts?
I’m connecting with people through my work, so much that they want to wear it, they agree with me and want to share that statement wherever they go!
Designing T-shirts is the most beautiful and enriching experience I have ever had, I enjoy every bit of it!
The idea of someone wearing what came out of my mind is indescribable and mind-blowing! That they can be happy with their new T-shirt, that motivates me the most. That’s my fuel.
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My muses, sources of inspiration...
And it's all about Emotions Life Inspiration Kitsch Cool Concepts Ideas Meaning...
It’s all about…
Rules and breaking rules
The masters and creativity
Connection Sharing Communication
Light Time Art
Eye Mind Heart Mood
Reality and Truth?
Perception Interpretation Insinuation
It may be about you too...
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Artistic T-Shirt DesignerSelf-Employed // Argentina
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