This handkerchief is a functional domestic art product made in collaboration with Kusama and only available in art museums and exclusive design stores around the world. Equally as beautiful used as a handkerchief, worn as a scarf or displayed on the wall.
- Materials: Fine lawn cotton with hand rolled edges
- 40cm x 40cm (15.74" x 15.74")
About the Artist:
Yayoi Kusama creates fantastical paintings using patterns of polka dots and nets as motifs. Her works spans a variety of media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, performance, film and immersive installation. Kusama was born in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan in 1929. She traveled to the United States in 1957 where she showed huge paintings, soft sculptures and environmental art employing mirrors and electric lights. In the latter 1960's, Kusama engaged in fashion designing and film production. Her original works and art happenings established her status as an avant-garde artist in the New York and beyond. Kusama returned to Japan in 1973, and she continues to show works both in Japan and abroad. She is now one of the world's most prominent contemporary artists.