Gene Davis Popcorn Tie

About the Period

In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, artists systematically began to investigate the "building blocks" of art. These explorations included the simplification of shapes (often for symbolic or spiritual purposes) and the scientific study of color and optical effects. Designers in the twenty-first century continue this tradition, exploiting the visual elements of color and shape in a wide variety of expressions.

Gene Davis Popcorn Tie

# 214701


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This tie is inspired by the art of Gene Davis (American, 1920-1985). The vibrant and varied colors used in the palette of the tie show the trend towards abstraction characteristic of the modern era. Made with a true attention to detail and quality, the tie makes the perfect gift for a Father's Day, birthday, or truly, any day.

  • 100% silk

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