Hermès meets artist Julio Le Parc

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Hermès releases a limited-edition collection of silk scarves based on artist Julio Le Parc’s series ‘La Longue Marche’.

The artist Julio Le Parc in his studio in France, in front of 60 one-of-a-kind scarves he designed for Hermès based on his Op Art paintings. The scarves will be shown at the Museum der Kulturen in Basel on June 15, and will be sold exclusively online.Credit Benoît Peverelli
The artist Julio Le Parc in his studio in France, in front of 60 one-of-a-kind scarves he designed for Hermès based on his Op Art paintings. The scarves will be shown at the Museum der Kulturen in Basel on June 15, and will be sold exclusively online. Photo: Benoît Peverelli. Source: tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com
Julio Le Parc, 'La Longue Marche', from www.bbouillot.com/julio-le-parc
Julio Le Parc, ‘La Longue Marche’, from www.bbouillot.com/julio-le-parc

From the article published on The New York Times,

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