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The Wild Dandelion" is a collection of original designs by Imka for the brand Evidence of Yesterday. The collection aims to represent the cycles of a dandelion and utilize different color types to explore the connection between the cycle of cancer and the story of Valerie Monroe. The dandelion is chosen as a symbol because it undergoes a natural cycle of growth, bloom, and dispersal. Similarly, cancer is a disease that involves the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells within the body. By drawing parallels between these cycles, the collection seeks to raise awareness about the impact of cancer and honor Valerie Monroe's experience.

The designs in "Manyara II" feature various elements inspired by dandelions and their transformative journey. Imka incorporates delicate and intricate designs resembling dandelions, representing the dispersal and spread of cancer cells. The color palette used in the collection is carefully selected to convey different emotions and experiences associated with the disease. Each design within the collection tells a unique story, highlighting different aspects of Valerie Monroe's battle with cancer and the broader theme of resilience in the face of adversity. Through the exploration of colors, patterns, and textures, Imka aims to create a visual and audio narrative that fosters understanding and empathy for those affected by cancer.

The collection is a thought-provoking and visually captivating collection that combines the symbolism of dandelions with a diverse spectrum of colors to shed light on the cycles of cancer and Valerie Monroe's personal journey.

News and Updates

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