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IV Nobody Wool Blanket x Wes Lang - Black/White
Indigofera - IV Nobody Wool Blanket x Wes Lang - Black/White
We're not kidding when we say, these blankets will change the way you look at all other blankets. There just isn't anyone doing it better. These made in Norway wools are off the charts. They're soft to the skin and not a bit itchy. Plus, the level of warmth they'll bring to your winter months is beyond compare. This is all, of course, only if you plan on using them.
This time the critically acclaimed artist came up with a blanket No. IV a.k.a. “Nobody”. Besides keeping you warm, this is a great blanket to hang on your wall. An art piece by Wes Lang hanging your wall.
Wes Lang is an artist residing in Los Angeles, California. His work can be found in major collections and museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art, NY, and The National Gallery in Copenhagen, Denmark. Lang’s work is iconographic, centered around the repetitive use of American tropes including the grim reaper, roses, winged skulls, Native American headdresses, foamy beer mugs, Playboy pin-up girls, and the lyrics of The Grateful Dead.
- 100% Norwegian wool
- Queen bed size - 59" x 79" / 150cm x 200cm
- Made in Norway
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