If you get a chance to look into Peggy Noland's world, you wont be disappointed. Using clothing as her medium, she opened the storefront Peggy Noland in LA with a collection that drew from Pop Art, Japanese streetwear, and club kid fashion. Since then, the concept shop has evolved into an Oldenburg-like retail installation that responds to consumer culture by exaggerating trends - most recently creating puffy paint plays on brands and logos.
Peggy Noland's artistic style has been described as "white trash meets high class". Her aesthetic is commonly referred to as a mixed style of meth addicts from her hometown in Independence, Missouri combined with an eccentric, Parisian old-lady. She is notorious for taking corporate logos and morphing them into an art form of their own. Her belief in consumerism and branding has led to a "mix of LA pop art and KC gutter-punk."
Check out her designs and her Instagram to see the BTS of her process.