Eyes Of Mine Handkerchief x Yayoi Kusama
The Eyes of Mine handkerchief, created in collaboration with Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, is beautiful worn as a scarf, used as a handkerchief or hung on the wall as an affordable artwork. This elegant functional domestic art product is only available in select art museums and exclusive design stores.
- Fine lawn cotton with hand rolled edges
- Gift packaged
- 40cm x 40cm (15.74" x 15.74")
About the Artist
Born in the Nagano Prefecture of Japan in 1929, Yayoi Kusama is one of the world's most prominent contemporary artists. Working in a range of media, including drawing, sculpture, painting, film, performance and immersive installations, Kusama is known for her prolific us of polka dot patterns and net motifs. Kusama moved to America in 1957, establishing herself in New York's avant-garde scene with her giant paintings, environmental art and soft sculptural works. In 1973 Kusama returned to Japan, and continues to exhibit globally today.
I was overjoyed to discover that Third Drawer Down was selling this item. I’d seen her exhibition years ago and was moved by her wonderful work. I feel in some way that I now own a tiny work of art. It came,beautifully packaged and very promptly. I’ve now been introduced to an exceptional company. Many thanks.