Jeremy Kost is a tireless chronicler of gender, sexuality, and nightlife. Born in corpus Christi, Texas, he now lives and works in New York City, though he regularly travels the world to capture various images such as male models in the Californian desert and drag queens strutting through Pittsburgh. Strongly influenced by Warhol in both his choice of subjects and technique, Kost extends the creative potential of some of Warhol’s favorite tools: the Polaroid camera and silkscreen processes, among others. In Kost’s work, polaroid images not only serve as the basis of silkscreen paintings but are massed together in elaborate, multilayered photo-collages. Jeremy Kost’s collection for Each x Other marries flora and photography in a whimsical exploration of the earth around us. Kost’s flower-filled polaroid’s are the visual center of the collection, with his double exposure prints recurring frequently throughout, both printed on t-shirts and tucked away on inside linings. Layers of semi-transparent and opaque fabrics play with the ideas of transparency and superimposition, creating a hazy, poignant portrait of the natural world. Jeremy Kost uses Polaroid photography to capture the fleeting and the transitory, creating a “tangible memorial” of the delicate world around us. A wistful haze passes over the lens in each of his snapshots, concealing the harshness that can often become part of our modern realities and showcasing the natural, whimsical beauty of the earth.