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NMWA Strawberry Towel

NMWA Strawberry Towel

Regular price $18.00 Sale

Our Strawberry towel is part of our National Museum of Women in the Arts Collection inspired by Amy Sherald's painting They Call Me Redbone But I’d Rather Be Strawberry Shortcake.

Through her evocative portraits, Sherald unsettles dominant views of African American culture and history. By painting her figures’ skin in grayscale, the artist metaphorically removes their “color.”

I was drawn to this piece by the vibrant colors and important message the grayscale skintone conveys, I pulled from the pattern in the subject’s dress to create my strawberry design. I incorporated the playfulness of the berries along with the polka dots and colors.

Our towels are light, super absorbent, soft and are machine washable.

• Comes folded in a belly band package ready for gifting
• Packaging contains an additional insert showing the original artwork inspiration with a description about the piece and how it is reflected in our design
• Measures approx. 24"x26" (size tolerance 2-3")

• All natural, unbleached 100% cotton 

• Machine washable

• Hand screen-printed with eco-friendly, water-based inks

 

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Color may vary from monitor to monitor.