Silk twill scarf with an M.C. Escher design, originally created for an inlaid-wood mural for the Leiden Town Hall in the Netherlands. The design features leaping fish in blue, green and purple tones. With a blue border, this oblong shaped scarf is easy to wear.
M. C. Escher (1898–1972) was a Dutch graphic artist who is best known for his repeating patterns and impossible visual puzzles. The repeating fish pattern on this scarf is an example his clever use of positive and negative space, symmetry and optical illusions.
Fusing science and mathematics with design, Escher is as relevant today as ever.
100% silk twill
Measures 12 inches wide by 60 inches long.