Dripping eyewear à la Salvador Dalì, blooming lipsticks like in a post-human utopia where nature re-appropriates its space, luggage situated on rocky land in a different galaxy, handbags as archeological finds.
Ada Sokół’s imaginary worlds are boundless and so are her technical skills and 3D feats. She has quickly become one of the most sought-after young talents toying with the hyper-realistic power of 3D design, having worked with Prada, Valentino, Burberry, Nike, Rimowa, Gentle Monster, and more.
A bubbly and candid 29-year-old, she meets WWD at Milan’s Dynamic Art Museum, where her artwork “Melissa” was on display as part of the exhibition “A Journey From Renaissance to Crypto Art + AI” and before catching a flight back to Warsaw, Poland, where she’s based.
She confesses she got into 3D art and fashion almost by chance.
By her own admission, she was uncertain about her walk in life, giving fashion design and fashion communications a try. None really struck a chord. Renderings and computer-generated animations did.