Jack Edmonds is an artist/composer living and working in Camden, London. He studied Fine Art at Hastings, Bexhill and Moving Image at Brighton University where he achieved a First Class Honours. He now actively works in Fine Art, Music and Film on a freelance basis. His visual art work is a response to natural processes, compound and chemical structures and musical themes. His paintings often comment on the notion of medium specificty, where the core idea or theme of the piece is dependant on the material process. This idea also extends to the method of application and tools used in order to dictate a certain kind of motion or process that echoes the subject found in nature. Please visit his Tumblr portfolio for more paintings and music.
In the summertime when the heat starts to become unbearable, sometimes “dressing up” can be a little bit of an annoyance. One of my “lazy” secrets to getting around this is by tucking a t-shirt into a pair of trousers. The reason this works is because you’re balancing something casual like a comfy tee with something sophisticated like tailored trousers to elevate the look. Of course if you’re trying to keep it on the “dressy” side, I’d recommend a high quality tee and also wearing dress shoes instead of sneakers with your outfit. So just like that you can take a basic tee from casual wear to cocktail attire.