Jonas Wood Adds Basketballs, Foliage & Bold Branding to Louis Vuitton's Silk Scarves

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Louis Vuitton has enlisted the contemporary American artist Jonas Wood to rework the house’s iconic silk scarves in its latest “Artycapucines” series.

Jonas Wood’s works are made by layering and producing collages from photographs, drawings and more, which he then reinterprets by introducing new colors, shapes and geometric patterns. As a result, the scarves feature both cartoon-like and realistic motifs all over, best seen in the “LV” monogrammed scarf that combines basketballs with animals placed in jars and green star-shaped figures.

The artist often depicts foliage and basketballs, and continues his iconic design with a picture-frame-worthy piece that is finished in blue with a red border, bold “L. VUITTON” branding and a large flower print.

Take a look at all the collaborative pieces in the gallery above, and pick up your favorite Jonas Wood x Louis Vuitton scarf from boutiques worldwide now.

In case you missed it, here is the entire Louis Vuitton SS20 accessory collection.

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