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Vintage = Art? Three examples
Is it common nowadays to consider some Jewelry
exemplars, some interior design furniture pieces, some
ceramics as well as some buildings real artworks.
Clothing, shoes, sunglasses, scarves, purses,
Are they set at lower levels or quality stands?
Does an Art Vintage sector really exist?
We believe it definitely does! And we will show and
prove this concept by means of three different cases.
One sculpture to wear, a unique purse made
by Brazilian sculptor Carwallis.
Artist’s multiple exemplars
A lithographic work can be a work of art as
well as a ceramic. What about a scarf?
Fashion designer = Artist
In some cases an architect would be considered an Artist.
And so would be a designer. What about fashion creators?