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"Aura" Limited Edition Gloves

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New variation of #BGV14 Boxing Gloves - Art Collection

New variation of #BGV14 Boxing Gloves - Art Collection

 The new collection of Fairtex #BGV14 gloves combine characteristics of some art forms to create mood and tone.

 

 

1.       #BGV14P- pink gloves  (นวมสีชมพู)

VINTAGE ART – POLKA DOT 1854

is style that is consciously derivative or imitative of trends.The pattern shares its name with the dance form, making one suspect there is a connection linking the pattern to the dance. However, the name was likely settled upon merely because of the dance's popularity at the time the pattern became fashionable, just as many other products and fashions of the era also adopted the polka name.[1]

There were many other "polka" items, some of which include "polka-hats" and "polka-jackets." Most disappeared with the fad of the actual polka dance. Only the polka dot fabric pattern remained popular, and the name has been left intact over the years.

 

 

2.       #BGV14B- black gloves (นวมสีดำ)....soon

OP ART – PRISM 1964

Op, or Optical, art typically employs abstract patterns composed with a stark contrast of foreground and background - often in black and white for maximum contrast - to produce effects that confuse and excite the eye. 

 

 

3.       #BGV14W - white gloves (นวมสีขาว)

STREET ART - GRAFFITI 1970

Graffiti writing and street art are often confused with one another. Both are subversive art movements where work is displayed in public rather than a gallery setting.

 

 

4.       #BGV14Y - yellow gloves (นวมสีเหลือง)

GRUNGE ART – MID-1980

Grunge art is a term used recently for art that looks old, torn, dirty, messy, and generally the opposite of elegant - more like the scratch paper the artist uses beneath the painting as it is being created

 

 

5.       #BGV14BLU - blue gloves (นวมสีน้ำเงิน)

JAPANESE ART – THE WAVE OF KANAGAWA 1829

The Great Wave off Kanagawa rose to such fame that it became a definitive representation of Japanese art and culture to most of the world.

 

 

 

6.       #BGV14R - red gloves (นวมสีแดง)

MINIMALISM ART – 1960

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