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Silkscreen by Ugo Dossi, 1973

Michael Crispen Vintage

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Silkscreen by Ugo Dossi,   1973
Silkscreen by Ugo Dossi,   1973
Silkscreen by Ugo Dossi,   1973

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Product Information

Vintage; 1970s
Country of Origin:
ink on paper
19.5" L x 1" W x 25.5" H

Why We Love This

Color silkscreen by Ugo Dossi, numbered 181/249. Dossi assigns a specific color to every piece: red for the king, blue for the queen, green for the knight, yellow for the castle, purple for the bishop, and orange for the pawns. Then renders each play by the path of its movement, beginning with the color of the piece moved, traversing the color spectrum, and coming to a halt again with the initial color. The traces of all the moves in the game form a network of rainbow colors.
As described by Michael Crispen Vintage

About Michael Crispen Vintage

Multidisciplinary Los Angeles designer Michael Crispen studied at the Art Center College of Design, Pasadena. Michael is inspired by fashion, art, and vintage design. Working in architecture, furniture, and interiors, he brings a unique sensibility to all of his projects. Michael's interior spaces have a curated, classic feel, nuanced with a postmodern perspective.