Craig Green’s Inspirations: Paper Dolls and Art From a London Gay Bar

This is a portrait of me (at top) in Naxos, Greece, taken by my partner [Angelos Tsourapas, also the business director of the Craig Green label] last summer. We’ve been going to the same area for 10 years, and we eat at the same restaurant pretty much every night: It’s a no-surprises kind of holiday — not an adventure at all. When we’re there, we visit Manolis Lybertas’s pottery workshop. They sell plates and bowls, but they also have all the strange experiments that have either failed or aren’t functional, like this piece (above right). You can’t even put flowers in it; it just is what it is. I’ve

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