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Searching for some cool novelty socks? Well, this pair is sure to catch people's attention! Designed by creative brand Curator Socks, the footwear features a striking pattern inspired by Caravaggio's painting titled Medusa (1597). The Baroque artist was known for his dramatic and realistic works and based the portrait of the decapitated serpent-haired gorgon on his own face. These socks interpret the theatrical artwork in an arrangement of minimalist motifs of Medusa's head on a solid green background. Mythology-enthusiasts and art-lovers are sure to get a kick out of this subtle interpretation of Caravaggio's arresting painting.
About Curator Socks
Curator Socks specializes in making art history’s greatest masterpieces wearable works of art. “We interpret strokes, color, and styles to transform iconic works of art into a beautifully knitted canvas that you can take with you everywhere."