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KAWS 'Skeleton New Fiction' (white/bone) XL T-Shirt
KAWS 'Skeleton New Fiction' (white/bone) XL T-Shirt
KAWS 'Skeleton New Fiction' (white/bone) XL T-Shirt

KAWS 'Skeleton New Fiction' (white/bone) XL T-Shirt

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'Skeleton New Fiction' by KAWS, 2021
Collectible T-Shirt collab. with Cactus Plant Flea Market's Halloween-inspired capsule.
White and bone variant.
100% cotton T-shirt with 'KAWS: Skeleton' artwork on front.
'New Fiction' graphic on reverse.
Size: Unisex XL
New/folded in packaging.


Skeleton New Fiction T-shirt

This white short-sleeve T-shirt features a KAWS Skeleton folded up - one of the artist's most famous characters known for its jawless skull, balloon hands, and 'X' shaped eyes. Its design is crafted from cotton and features a slogan print on the side.


KAWS is a Brooklyn-based artist whose influential body of work masterfully synthesizes the worlds of art and design. Across painting, muralslarge-scale sculpture, and street art, as well as graphic and production design, his work possesses a sophisticated humor and thoughtful interplay with consumer products through collaborations with global brands.

KAWS is often inspired by and appropriates pop culture animations to form a unique artistic vocabulary that spans a broad range of mediums. Now admired for his larger-than-life sculptures and hard-edge paintings that emphasize line and color, KAWS has created a cast of hybrid cartoon and human characters that are perhaps the strongest examples of his exploration of humanity.

KAWS has exhibited extensively throughout the United States and internationally. Recent solo exhibitions of his work have been held at institutions such as the Brooklyn Museum; the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; the Yuz MuseumYorkshire Sculpture Park; and the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Málaga. He has also participated in exhibitions at major institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; the Newcomb Art Museum; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and the Deste Art Foundation for Contemporary Art.