'No. 7, Adulthood' Socks

Curator Socks

In the early 1900s, Swedish artist Hilma af Klint embarked on a series of numbered abstract paintings that capture the stage of development in one's life from childhood to adulthood. Klint believed her art was ahead of its time, so these groundbreaking works were not shown until forty years after her death. Now, you can celebrate the painter's innovative talents with this wearable interpretation of her work, No. 7, Adulthood. It features all of the abstract motifs found in her painting in the same pastel palette of lilac, yellow, and green. The super-soft material and whimsical print are sure to make your feet happy!


  • No. 7, Adulthood Socks come in two sizes: medium (US size 4 - 7) and large (US size 8 - 12).
  • These artsy socks are made in Portugal. They are made of 80% combed cotton, 17% polyamide, and 3% elastane.
  • The care instructions are as follows: wash inside out (40ºC/100ºF max), avoid tumble dry, and do not iron.

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."