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Grab a Pair of Socks Emblazoned with Masterpieces from Art History

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Grab a Pair of Socks Emblazoned with Masterpieces from Art History

July 25, 2020

Grace Ebert

Katsushika Hokusai’s “The Great Wave”

Most people probably would prefer that their acquaintances’ socks stay firmly tucked in their shoes, but a glimpse at one of Curator’s pairs might be an exception. The Portugal-based company designs cotton garments printed with variations of iconic artworks or designs constructed from their familiar color palettes—think Pieter Bruegel’s “Tower of Babel,” Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss,” and Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring.” Check out the full collection and pick up a pair on Curator’s site, and follow the latest designs on Instagram.

 

Pieter Bruegel’s “Tower of Babel”

Left: Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring.” Right: Caravaggio’s “Medusa”

Wassily Kandinsky’s “Jaune-Rouge-Bleu”

Left: C.M. Coolidge’s “A Friend in Need”.” Right: Paul Klee’s “Insula Dulcamara”

Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss”

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