Sketch.inc – Marilyn Kokeshi

35.00

Inspired by the iconic blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe. Each Doll is made form Beech wood, meticulously hand painted and sealed in a hard wearing Satin varnish for a smooth and tactile finish.

Marilyn stands 6″ / 15.5cm tall and ships signed .

Only 1 left in stock

Description

Marilyn Kokeshi

Inspired by traditional Japanese Kokeshi Dolls, this iconic Marilyn Doll is a charismatic hand-painted figure made from solid, high-quality Schima Superba wood. The doll – which is modelled on legendary blonde bombshell Marilyn Monroe forms part of a Kokeshi-inspired collection of world-famous icons designed by Sketch Inc for Lucie Kaas, and represents a colourful, contemporary take on traditional home accessories. Combining geometric expression, Japanese illustration and Nordic aesthetics, it’ll make a lovely addition to any home.

Marilyn stands 6″ / 15.5cm tall

Ships signed and in his own drawstring bag.

About Sketch.inc

Sketch.inc is a whimsical world of character design and pattern exploration for children and big kids alike. Started in 2011 by Becky Kemp, Sketch.inc creations now reside in more than 30 countries around the world. Every creation begins life on the pages of a sketchbook. “My work has long been inspired by a love for Nordic design and Japanese Illustration, sketching and painting since I was a child I carry a sketchbook in my pocket 24/7. I currently work from my home studio in the South-East of England.” Becky Kemp, creative genius behind Sketch.inc

 

A lil bit about CHAOS + HARMONY

Chaos + Harmony is about nurturing personality. We don’t do bland and boring – we do bold and brave. We want kids to be kids, to have fun, be inspired, let their imaginations run wild and (most importantly) be themselves.

We are doing are best to combat fast fashion, also know as throw away fashion, and encourage a more conscientious approach to shopping and to buy better and buy less.

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