Études numéro 15 toyed with an interplay of graphics, in regard to both visual collaging and an arc of temporal associations.
The most prominent aesthetic standout: a partnership with Keith Haring’s Haring Studio, in order to reproduce works by the late artist. Égry, Arbet, and Lamali honed in especially on Haring’s New York City subway drawings, as well as his recurring serpentine doodle. “It’s this notion of collage between the eras. You see the ’80s with this,” said Arbet. There was also another artist collab with photographer Colin Snapp. It came together as a hyper-pixelated and abstract print, hinting at a later-’90s-into-early-2000s tone.