The image comes from a petroglyph found in Beef Basin, Canyonlands National Park in Utah. According to Navajo people, these magical Artworks were made by people, who lived there before the Great Flood. So we are not sure who they were.

That is why, the image “The I” can have different interpretations or meanings.
It can simply  mean “I”, as personal pronoun in first person. It definitely is Him. But then – who is He?
The second meaning can be interpreted as the number 1, because He was the the first image that we drew. It was on a pillow cover.
And the third reason is actually quite obvious – because He has only one Eye (“I”).

Of course we don`t know what He stands for, but what we do know, that He is a stand alone persona, which looks excided and having fun.

It is a perfect opportunity for those, who can see more than the eye (“The I”?) can see. It spikes out imaginations and tells us, that the person wearing it, is one of those free Spirits with Big Heart. We know, that you see Yourself wearing it with a white shirt and lively red tie, so – why wait?

  • Long Linen Wrap Skirt
  • Hand Made and Hand Painted
  • 100% OEKO-TEX® European Linen, 220 gsm, Washed
  • Size S – XL
  • Color of the Skirt: Black
  • Color of the Art: Terracotta, White
  • Length of the skirt:
  • With:
  • Length of the strap:
  • Dress RAL color code:

Find out more about petroglyphs and pictographs in Beef Basin, Canyonlands National Park HERE.

Weight 0.4 kg
Dimensions 170 × 65 cm
One of A Kind

This is a Unique One of a Kind Item – The only one available

Long Linen Wrap Skirt

Long Linen Wrap Skirt

Hand Made and Hand Painted

100% OEKO-TEX® European Linen, 220 gsm, Washed

Size: S – XL

Color of the Skirt: Black

Color of the Art: Terracotta and White

Length of the skirt:

Width at the belt:

Length of the strap:

Dress RAL color code:

Care Guide

Turn the garments inside out.

Wash them in cold water with a mild detergent (hand wash or gentle cycle on your washing machine at 30-40°C or 86-104°F)

This is very important: DO NOT USE FABRIC SOFTENER! It will eventually ‘eat’ the paint away.

After washing lay your item flat to dry or hang it up, to drip dry. Do not put the painted side towards direct sunlight.

Nevertheless that linen does not need ironing, because one can wear it “raw”, if it gets too “crushed”, then turn the item inside out before ironing it. Please do not use steam on the painted part. Put a cloth or a sheet of baking paper in-between.

Do not use bleach!

Do not Dry Clean!

A strange little fellow or “The I” – Black

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