After an amazing series of RGB (red, green, blue) wallpaper hit all the best design blogs, the italian artists Francesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla of Milan-based Carnovsky have turned their striking series of prints into a collection of scarves.
The original wallpaper patterns were called RGB because the elements that stood out depended on the color of light in the room. At first glance, the prints on the new scarves seem to be an interwoven series of colors and shapes that create a psychedelic composition. If you look closely find that it’s a colorful group of animals a colorful arrangement of animal images.
The three patterns, Rosone, Jungla and Bestiario are all unique accessories printed on pure silk in Italy and numbered and signed as art pieces. For Carnovsky “a scarf is not just a fashion accessory, but also a sort of wearable piece of art that can interact with the person depending on the way it is worn.”
It looks like the price will be high for these exclusive pieces, but we’re ready to invest in them. When else will you have the chance to grab some wearable art?
TBD | Want it? Grab it!