In homage to Jean-Michel Basquiat's look, find the three-pointed crown on the back of the suit jacket. The three-pointed crown is a recurring symbol in Basquiat's work, making it an undeniable association with Basquiat himself and a celebration of his short but prolific career. The crown, a symbol of power, was used by Basquiat to elevate the subjects of his paintings, while commenting on the power dynamics reflected in his works. Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Licensed by Artestar, New York.

Dimensions : H14.5 cm

Hand-painted kokeshi dolls are unique and add personality to an interior, each with carefully selected styles and outfits, in homage to each icon. It takes 43 painstaking woodworking processes for each doll; slight imperfections may be present. These are not flaws, but features that make each piece unique.


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