Laleczka Kokeshi ELTON 14,5 cm White Outfit

Lucie Kaas

170,00 zł brutto

LUK-3171

Lucie Kaas launches an official collaboration with Elton John in celebration of his final tour ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ as well as the biopic film ‘Rocketman’.

Wysokość.H 14,5 cm
Motyw Ludzie
Materiał Drewno
Kolor Biały

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Lucie Kaas launches an official collaboration with Elton John in celebration of his final tour ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’ as well as the biopic film ‘Rocketman’.

The Grammy-winning legend and one of the world’s bestselling pop-artists, Sir Elton John, has embarked on his last-ever tour; ‘Farewell Yellow Brick Road’. Celebrating more than 50 years as a musician, Lucie Kaas together with Becky Kemp from Sketch.inc have designed two Elton John kokeshi dolls. A general dogma of the kokeshi collection is the need for its characters to be iconic in their look. Elton John, in his full and colourful career had no shortage of looks for Lucie Kaas to celebrate. As a music legend, fashion icon, and a great source of inspiration, he is a role model across generations. Elton John has expressed himself through many pop culture hits and through several flamboyant outfits. These humoristic outfits included colors, sequins, feather boas, capes, hats and glasses which have surprised fans time after time. In collaboration with Elton John, these outfits have been interpreted, forming the two look-a-like kokeshis. One, the white feather-covered outfit worn at a PR photoshoot in his home in 1974, the other a pink-colored outfit during ‘The Muppet Show’ in 1977.

Kokeshi dolls are traditional Japanese figures characterized by a large head and a simple body. Though customarily given as symbols of friendship, Becky’s modernization of the dolls transforms them into small designer objects. Some of the figures are inspired by historical icons from the art and design world, while others are born from Becky’s own fantasy.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS
The kokeshi dolls are hand-painted. Slight imperfections may be present which are typical of handmade work. These are not defects but features that make every doll unique.

Becky Kemp

Becky Kemp is an English artist based in South London. From a young age, Becky has been illustrating her daily impulses in a sketchbook. Born into a creative family, Becky always knew that she wanted to create and design.

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