The acquisition of skill has been pushed aside to make way for the instantaneous. Self-proclamation means more than the manual task. Megapixels have replaced film, the stylus has replaced the pencil and a profound one liner via social media qualifies you as a writer.
Humankind’s tendency for narcissism has flooded the world with mediocrity and in effect it is now more important to be seen as something, whether it’s a writer, an illustrator or a skateboarder, than it is to actually be patient and hone a skill.
But what do you remember? Who stands out in this climate of vapidity?
Come Sundown is an ongoing mixed-medium project that is focused on giving its audience something of substance; something that its makers have lost sleep over, sweated over and contemplated their sanity over. Whether it can be read, watched, worn or skated, the final product is something you’ll want to keep, collect or hold.
The people behind Come Sundown see the same attributes in Pass-Port. It takes like-minded to recognise like-minded. Come Sundown is proud to stand out and be remembered with Pass-Port.