Isn’t this snake great? I love how he’s all twisted around himself. It’s a very early work of Joan Miró’s; he would have been 15 at the time drew it. Our Serpiente Graphic Tee is our tribute to the 15 year old Miró, who probably dreamed of becoming a well-known artist one day. Well done, Miró!
With the clocks turned ahead, it’s starting to feel a lot like spring. And for those of you taking a spring break (or just thinking or wishing for warmer weather), we’ve put together our favorite must-have looks for girls and boys.
Check back with us in a month or so and we’ll have lots more summery clothes from our new Costa Brava collection to add to the list. Summer at Tea will be all about maritime style with a vintage vibe, made modern. Until then, happy spring travels!
-Picasso’s full name is Pablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso.
-Everyone knows Picasso was a talented painter, but he was also a well-known sculptor and draughtsman. In fact, he was quite secretive about his sculptures and did not release them to the public until the 1960’s.
-Bulls are a popular subject of many Spanish artists including Miro, Picasso and Dali.
Here at Tea, we’ve been wondering whether the image on the pullover is really a dragon. Or could it be an eagle?
To us, no matter what you call it, the Nanaos Dragon Pullover is one sweatshirt boys will love to wear back to school and all throughout the fall. It’s sure to be warm, comfortable conversation-starter.