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The Witch, The Black Cat, and The Floating Cloth (after Paul-Élie Ranson) (SAF)

Artist
Chris Lux
Date
2015
Publisher
Massif Central
Format
Multiples
Genre
Wearable, Scarves, Painting
Description

Established in 2013, Massif Central is a Brooklyn-based company that produces 100% silk scarves by contemporary artists. Interested in the trajectory of traditional French silk scarf-making, Massif Central is named after the region in France where the artform originated. The carrés (or squares) offered are classic 130×130cm and 90×90cm sizes and feature hand sewn hems.

Each artist’s design has been produced in an edition of 50, with hand numbered labels.

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