Yinka Shonibare Silk Pocket Square
Perfect for the dapper gentleman wishing to add some flourish and flair to his everyday look, this stunning pure silk pocket square has been printed with a detail from Yinka Shonibare's vividly coloured commission The British Library for House Festival 2014.
The pocket square comes in an RA branded presentation box, so is perfect as a gift or even as a special treat for yourself.
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|Dimensions||50 x 50cm|
|Fabric & material||100% Silk|
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Yinka Shonibare MBE RA studied at the Byam Shaw School of Art and Goldsmiths College. His distinctive use of intensely coloured ‘African’ batik fabric, signifying identity and independence, has been one of the recurring themes throughout his career. He was a Turner Prize nominee in 2004, received wide acclaim for his sculpture Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle for the Fourth Plinth Commission, Trafalgar Square, and has exhibited internationally including at the Venice Biennale. His large-scale work RA Family Album is wrapped the façade of the Royal Academy in the lead up to our 250th Anniversary this year, bringing the inside outside with a collage of archive images.
Dry clean only.