Feb 23, 2011 9:45 AM
We'd be too cool for school wearing a genuine work of art with the Fugitive Kind Scarf ($82) around our necks. Swedish merchant, Aplace brings us the the first of four fine-art-fashion collaborations with this limited edition painted piece (more details at Dazed Digital). All scrunched up, it looks like a hip tie-dye, but laid flat, it's worth framing.
Known for her thin foggy layers of oil paint, Finnish painter Anna Tuori creates eerie worlds in her paintings. She developed her talents for creating creepy creatures in spooky sparse landscapes at the Konstakademein in Helsinki and L'École Nationale in Paris. Her dreamy scenes have earned her the Carnegie Art Award along with spots in prestigious international exhibitions like The Third Beijing Art Biennial and the Prague Biennale 2. Shoot, we should start painting our bad dreams.
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