The pullover hoodie can be worn as a sweater or a hoodie to give you an array of
outfit options. This pullover hoodie features a slim silhouette, a hood and high neck for a modern look. Crafted from polyester material, it looks best when matched with jeans.
• 195g/㎡. Made from 100% polyester.
• Slim silhouette with a hood and high neck.
• Double-needle hemmed sleeves and bottom.
• Machine wash cold. The print on garment body is unable to fade.
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IGLI is a visionary, painter, photographer, and leader in art reproduction services among other artists and has continuously shown up in the local Colorado art community to support the development of this lifestyle. Starting off a career in event and concert photography led to the intriguing concept that what was being created with the camera was no different than any other visual artwork. IGLI started to paint in 2015 inspired by other artists at Sonic Bloom a local Colorado festival known for it's transformational capabilities.. After a few years it was time for a full on commitment to painting which started during the beginning of the winter in 2016. IGLI has been recognized for painting at many live shows in the Denver and Boulder area.
Establishing the first IGLIVISION art studio located in the town of Loveland over the summer of 2017 here northern Colorado. Although the journey has been short as an artist the advancement of skills both as an artist and photographer continue to grow over the years. The current goal as a live performance artist is to begin traveling and share art with other people all around the country and hopefully one day the world. Specializing in painting without normal lighting is a unique way to create light energy out of the darkness. That is the goal as an artist who has begun to shed the veils of society and started to see the layers underneath the surface of existence itself.