Handkerchief - Dear Art Collector X Guerrilla Girls
The Guerrilla Girls are a group of anonymous activist artists reinventing the 'F' word - feminism. Famed for wearing gorilla masks in public they use facts, humour and outrageous visuals to expose discrimination in the art world and in the last 30 years, have produced numerous posters, actions and books and inspired numerous others to create their own effective activist campaigns.
Created in collaboration with Third Drawer Down Studio, the Dear Art Collector handkerchief is an open edition art print on cotton. It can be used as a functional domestic item but is best framed or displayed as art!Artwork: Guerrilla Girls, Dear Art Collector, © Guerilla Girls
Digital print and embroidery on lawn cotton
21cm x 29cm
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