“When art is made new, we are made new with it. We have a sense of solidarity
with our own time, and of psychic energies shared and redoubled,
which is just about the most satisfying thing that life has to offer.
'If that is possible,' we say to ourselves, 'then everything is possible';
a new phase in the history of human awareness has been opened up”
John Russell, The Meaning of Modern Art 1974
Celebrating 20th-Century Modernism this abstract French
block-printed textile created in 1923, captures the essence of the times.
The dynamic rhythmic grid structures explores space and movement; reminiscent of the Cubist, Futurist & Constructivists art styles.
Print~Sisters have revived this playful print into a woven textile blanket made using recycled yarns to bring interior inspiration and conscious craftsmanship into your homes. It can be used as a throw on your sofa, wall tapestry, picnic blanket and many more home comforts.
* Please note the back of the blanket are reversed colours.
MADE FROM: 98% recycled cotton 2% poly
213.36 x 157.48cm / 84 x 62in
CARE: Cold machine wash on a gentle cycle, and dry on a cool cycle or line dry.