pincushion

Size Chest (in.) Length (in.) Sleeve (in.)
Small 39 26.8 24.8
Medium 41 28 25.2
Large 43 28.7 25.6
XL 46 29.9 26
XXL 50 31.1 26.8
XXXL 54 31.5 27.6
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Price
Rs.1395.00
 

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Description

Our classic-cut hoodies are made with a blend of 80% cotton and 20% polyester. Ultra-soft, with a heathered look, they feature matching drawstrings in the hood, warm kangaroo pockets, and, elasticated cuffs and hem. The hoodies are printed using cutting edge Direct-to-Garment (or DTG) technology, which lays down soft, durable, full colour spectrum prints.

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About this artwork

From the series “Small things”. Oil, pencil and charcoal on paper, 30 x 30 cm. My house is full of little things. An infinity of unnecessary items accumulated over the years, that stay there, without a reason and without a purpose. Sometimes I not even remember where they come from, where I bought them, or who has donated them to me. But now they have achieved a small space, a place above a cabinet, inside a drawer, on a library shelf, or hidden at the bottom of a closet, and they defend that place fiercely, stubbornly. They don’t want to leave, claiming their right to survive, pretending that I feel an affection for them, a bond that simply doesn’t exist. I avenge with these portraits, which reveal their uselessness, their fragility, and the ability that I could, if I really would, to get rid of them all, forever. I want to show their true face, which is inconsistent. They are an empty and weak shell, so that their own shadow is heavier than themselves.

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