WAH-WAH x TADANORI YOKOO "WORD IMAGE"
"What I love most is the absurd image which defies all explanations" - Tadanori Yokoo
In 1968, New York’s Museum of Modern Art was looking to promote their new exhibition “Word and Image” that celebrated the poster art of the 20th century. They turned to Japan’s Tadanori Yokoo, whose work had taken Japan’s art scene by storm with its startling combination of bold saturated colours and influence from traditional ukiyo-e woodblock prints. The result was a poster every bit as iconic and eye popping (literally!) as any in the exhibition it was created to promote!
Details: 100% superfine merino wool Knitted in China with Australian superfine merino wool.
Care: Turn your wool garment inside out, then hand wash in clean, lukewarm water, approximately 30°C, using a mild and gentle detergent. Allow to soak for a period of 10 minutes before rinsing thoroughly firstly in lukewarm water, then finally in cold water. Dry flat in shade. Do not tumble dry. Warm iron. Dry Cleanable.
Marty and Franny both wear a size medium.
WAH-WAH sizing is unisex and the measurements above reflect the garment measurements in cm. We recommend measuring from underarm to underarm of a jumper (sweater) that you like the fit of, and choosing the nearest corresponding size. Keep in mind that the knitted superfine merino wool is pretty stretchy and forgiving, so there is a bit of leeway with sizing. For more info, check out the sizing gallery HERE.