Socks Af Klint No. 2
Socks Af Klint No. 2

Socks Af Klint No. 2

These socks are inspired by Painting No. 2, part of a series of ten wall-sized paintings
Swedish painter Hilma af Klint made for a temple (which was never built). Af Klint was
interested in spiritualism and the subconscious. She was one of the first artists to
experiment with automatic drawing, a technique in which the artist allows his hand to move
freely across the paper without conscious control. For Af Klint, this resulted in hypnotic
works full of geometric shapes, symbols and intricate patterns, all rendered in vibrant 
colours. Her complete oeuvre of more than 1,300 paintings and 124 notebooks is unlike
anything we know of her contemporaries.

Product Care instructions
360 degree seamless digital print
75% bamboo, 22% recycled polyester (GRS certified), 3% elastane
care instructions: wash inside out at mild temperatures, no bleach, no tumbling
one size (sizerange 37-45)
giftbox with storytelling: 10x20x1,8cm

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