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Artmask Breitner for Rijksmuseum Twenthe

Sustainable eco-cotton facemask for Rijksmuseum Twenthe
Girl in white Kimono, George Hendrik Breitner, ca. 1895

Inspired by the masterpieces of Rijksmuseum Twenthe I designed them their own facemasks. Cut out and sewn of the print of the painting, so every facemasks holds an original piece of the painting.
For this piece I ‘restored’ the fabric of the girls kimono, designing it into a new, actual roll of fabric.

Support Art and stay safe! Visit musea (or their online expo’s) while staying safe. We need art now! With this facemask you support the museum, the social workplace sewing them and the local makers. While you stay safe. Our facemasks are proudly sewn by our social workplace with Afghan and Syrian refugee tailors. We like! Made in the Netherlands. Reusable & washable.

GLOTS – OEKOTEX std 100 certified. Printed with waterbased inks.

Get it at the museum or, while the museum is closed for now, get it here.

 9,99 ex.VAT

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