Three diagonal stretches of newsprint depict three significantly different topics: War, with clippings from articles written during the early 20th Century when war became so prevalent in Europe they forgot who they were fighting against; Freedom, featuring articles focusing on the release of social activist Nelson Mandela following his twenty-seven year imprisonment; and Peace, a presentation of a variety of clippings surrounding treaties, art, and peace-efforts.
A dismantled portrait of a woman rife with flowers, diamonds, and butterflies symbolizes the opening up of the mind, with vibrant blocks of yellow and fuchsia reminding us that creativity bursts.
Artist: Liam Mojique Legault
Each print designed by hand, transferred and then digitally printed
100% silk scarf
Measuring 65 cm by 65 cm / 25.5" by 25.5"
Designed in Canada
The edges are hand-rolled
To be delivered in its own storage box
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