Google Make Make and it’ll return results about a dwarf planet on the edge of the solar system, with average temperatures of minus 243 degrees. It’s out there, hiding, not making a big deal about how very, very cool it is. It takes its name from the mythology which originates from Easter Island, where Make-Make is the name given to the creator of humanity.
Then there’s the MAKEMAKE clothing created by Chris Dorning, a jack-of-all-trades, master of many, whose illustrations and all-round artistic genius is in hot demand all over the UK. When he’s not painting massive murals on walls, he’s giving workshops telling kids to draw nice things and express themselves. He also surfs. Of course he does.
Just like the planet which shares the name of his own clothing range, Chris is very, very cool but struggles to make a big deal out of it. That’s why you’re likely to be hearing about all this for the first time. He believes in his clothing range and thinks it should speak for itself, even when it has a back story so strong.
Coming to a store near you quite soon, featuring modern workwear and some of his amazing artwork.