Bringing a graffiti spirit to high-end fashion
“The bright red creative passion that fueled the evil fueled the concept behind my piece.”
Virginia Beach-born Othelo Gervacio started out writing graffiti in his hometown. He later worked for renowned tattoo artist and illustrator Scott Campbell and created projects for fashion giants like Louis Vuitton and Nike. He then became art director for creative agency Alldayeveryday, working with clients like Virgil Abloh’s Off-White and The Standard Hotel. In New York, he has exhibited his work at Fuse Gallery and Magic Gallery. Articles about his work have appeared in The Fader, Hypebeast, and WWD.