Have you ever visited the sculpture garden of the Kröller-Müller Museum? Then you will certainly remember the artwork Jardin d’émail
. It is an enormous work that the artist Jean Dubuffet designed in 1974, specially for the Kröller Müller. What is so special about this artwork? That you can touch it. You can even walk and play on it.
Jardin d’émail has recently undergone extensive conservation work, making the artwork accessible again. As a tribute to Jean Dubuffet and his Jardin d’émail, Dutch designer Michael Barnaart has designed this highly exclusive poncho with scarf.
Exclusive poncho with scarf by designer Michael Barnaart
The work of Dutch designer Michael Barnaart
is characterized by its clear design and unique graphic patterns. Every design is authentic, permanent and stylish and produced in the Netherlands
from the highest quality materials and using traditional methods. Like this poncho with scarf, inspired by Jardin d’émail. These 50 sets are available in a limited edition and exclusively from museumshop and the webshop of the Kröller-Müller Museum.
Poncho and scarf with pattern ‘Jardin d’émail’
The artwork Jardin d’émail is characterized mainly by the contrasting black lines on a vibrant white background. This unique graphic design was the inspiration for Michael Barnaart. He designed a new line pattern based on Jardin d’émail. This interplay of lines is knitted into the fabric, so that the poncho and scarf can be worn on either side. The poncho and scarf are both made of the same material, namely 50% cotton and 50% acrylic and are sold together as a set in a luxury hardcover case.
Would you like to purchase this highly exclusive poncho and scarf? Then don’t delay, because only 50 sets have been produced. You can easily order the poncho and scarf from our webshop.
Fabric: 50% cotton & 50% acrylic
Design: Michael Barnaart
Available in one universal size