Fashion, art and illustration.
Koziski Creative Lab.
KOZISKI is a brand part of the company KOZISKI CREATIVE LAB, created by artist Carolina Koziski in 2016.
Her art ranges from the abstract to figurative and from the traditional to digital. Two different worlds united by a single line. Strong colors and complex lines, building a universe full of fantasy.
Thought for all, KOZISKI was born as an expression, to externalize the inner and magical world of the artist where fashion, painting and illustration coexist in perfect harmony.
KOZISKI CREATIVE LAB aspires to the physical and mental well-being of all people who appreciate traditional and digital art made with conscious, respect, love for human, animals and our beautiful planet.
The company also supports a fashion concept in the Zero Waste technique, reusing the remains of materials to produce more artwork, achieving this way, together with the philosophy of handmade, unify and link different artistic disciplines, all united under the same person, unique and recognizable sign.
Everything has a story". C.Koziski
KOZISKI is designed for everyone. Its fundamental value is freedom in all its expression.
The garments are in constantly researching the most contemporary and modern design together with geometry, without losing authenticity and tradition in technique.
In KOZISKI the concept of fashion in the Zero Waste technique is practiced, reusing the remains of materials to produce more works of art, thus achieving, together with the “handmade” philosophy, to unify and link different artistic disciplines, all united under one same personal seal, unique and recognizable.
Contemporary Art. Modern, Abstract-figurative expressionism Art.
In 2011 Carolina Koziski, creates “CIRCUS COLLECTION”, name given for a whole collection of modern abstract-figurative art with numerous series in constant construction.
All handmade free.
"Clear your mind and let live the visual perception within you." C.Koziski
The illustrations of the artist Carolina Koziski made traditionally and digitally, reflect the modernity of our times.
Her ideas, concepts and illustrated stories and also converted into books materialize her most versatile and chameleon side.
For a few seconds my body flew restlessly out of nowhere.
I could feel the wind cutting my skin and the burning blood flowing through my veins. I turned around in a very aggressive way until I came to a smooth and dirty wooden bridge.
I was on my knees when a point of light was rapidly approaching me. It was Ken, he was without clothes and all dirty. He arrived, stopped in front of me and greeted me saying: Carol, how are you? He gave me a kiss on my cheek, but I wiped it off because his mouth was melting.
Soon after, a rag doll arrived. She greets me warmly and gently asks me to sew an eye on her backpack so she can see from all angles.
A bright light invaded our surroundings and everything disappeared. Then, finally, a sweet voice sighed in my ear and said, “Your dreams will come true.”
Once upon a time there was a rag doll named Carol…
Carol Doll is a totally ZERO WASTE doll project. It is made from recycled materials. It carries a label with flower seeds to be planted. It can be purchased only and through this website. It is a rag doll handmade in Madrid/Spain. Each doll is numbered. A part of the proceeds from its sale go to the Manresa Foundation for the “Ellas lo Bordan” Project.
Fundación Manresa is an initiative that was born within the Social Sector of the Society of Jesus with the aim of uniting, supporting and promoting initiatives framed in social economy principles. Our mission is to contribute to transforming economic structures, demonstrating that a more inclusive, sustainable and fair economy can and should be made with all the people who participate in it. We are committed to economic models that give people back the sense of their
autonomy, which allow us to fully develop as subjects of rights and as protagonists of our own processes, in balance with the environment.
Ellas lo Bordan is an insertion company promoted by the Manresa Foundation and whose mission is to generate employment for women in vulnerable situations: victims of gender violence, single mothers with minor children in their care, migrants and unemployed. The main element for the transformation and change of these women is a sewing workshop, where technical training oriented to the textile sector is facilitated and their transversal skills are strengthened to favor their socio-labor integration.
Since its launch, a total of 25 women of 15 different nationalities have passed. For 80% of the women who have worked at Ellas lo Bordan it has been their first work experience and 100% of them have acquired new social and labor skills. We contribute and work for the creation of decent work (SDG8), for gender equality (SDG5), to reduce inequalities (SDG 10), as well as for responsible production and consumption (SDG12).
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