Basquiat Skull Lenticular Bookmark - New York City
This 3D bookmark offers a lenticular effect that playfully invites you into the mind and artistry of Jean-Michel. When viewed from different angles, it reveals one of Jean-Michel's most seminal works from 1982, Untitled (Skull). Featuring the bold identity of the Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure © exhibition, this collectible piece of memorabilia celebrates the show's acclaimed New York City premiere.
- Size: 6 x 2.25 Inches
- Nylon Tassel
About the artwork:
Jean-Michel Basquiat, Untitled (Skull), 1982
Many consider the heads Basquiat painted as some of his most autobiographical symbols. Deeply rooted in his identity as a Black artist in America, Jean-Michel's use of heads and skulls are evocative of African masks and also allude to his father’s Haitian heritage, while also serving as a memento mori for followers of his work.
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