Corey Wash is a 28 year old multidisciplinary artist from Baltimore, Maryland working across a diverse range of media. Her mediums include illustration, paintings, installations, apparel, film and more. Wash has had 5 solo exhibitions, 4 group exhibitions, and many pop up events around the world. Wash makes work that explores the ideas evolving around environment, culture, identity etc. While much of her work is autobiographical, Wash’s go to and ever evolving characters are the voices behind her vibrant pieces that expose threats such as misogyny, racism, poverty and more. Wash now lives and works between Los Angeles and New York City.
Wash has now collaborated with the Brand with the Three Stripes to offer some exclusive customization options at the adidas MakerLab located in JD Times Square.
What’s the MakerLab? It’s a space to customize your adidas clothing and kicks to give it some extra flair to stand out among the rest.
Elevate your shopping experience and the pieces in your wardrobe by stopping in and customizing your newly purchased pair of iconic Three Stripes sneakers like the Superstar, NMD, or Swift (available for men/women/kids). You can choose to use paint, embroidery or decals to add custom Wash-created designs to a range of adidas footwear and apparel.
Once it’s your turn to amplify your gear, you’ll be escorted by a store associate to a station and review a menu with a plethora of customization options. Fill out your pickup slip and then wait for your custom pieces to come to life.