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The non-objective bib, 2013

100% cotton

Toddler size

In 1913 the artist Kazimir Malevich developed a visual abstract language that attempted to set up “a genuine world order, a new philosophy of life”.  This bib bearing the black square, icon of Suprematism, suggests the promising beginnings of a new-born child.

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In 1913 the artist Kazimir Malevich developed a visual abstract language that attempted to set up “a genuine world order, a new philosophy of life”.  This bib bearing the black square, icon of Suprematism, suggests the promising beginnings of a new-born child.