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November 11, 2021

In Brandon Scott’s piece Decibels, Scott explores the relationship between identity and consumption. In today’s world, fashion brands and labels can truly make or break how others view you and your status. Decibels addresses this head-on by covering the female form in high-fashion Louis Vuitton’s familiar label. This not only represents wealth and status, but the suggestive body language of the woman shows how expensive taste often feeds into the view of femininity and empowerment. As the designer label completely covers the woman’s body, and her face is obscured, it showcases how the image of status and consumption can overshadow a person’s inner self and become their entire identity. The clothing leaves little to the imagination, but as she starts stripping off her top, it is her further exposing her outward identity of high-fashion consumption and status in bare view. Ultimately, material goods can take over our outward view entirely

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Brandon Scott
Provocative, Street Art
Painting - Unframed
Watercolors, Ink
30.00 inches wide
40.00 inches tall
1.50 inches deep
12.00 lbs
Bradenton, FL, US