There is something quite striking about this blueprint for a hairbrush by G. P. Dike, submitted to the US Patent Office in 1933. George’s idea was a hairbrush that would partly perform the functions of a comb, an attempt to save time and effort. This piece draws the eye with a figure that shows the brush in motion, juxtaposing the naked image of the object with the action that makes it real to us. This juxtaposition creates a unique talking point.
Hair Brush- GIC-PA021-2016BLK
Dimensions: 20 in. X 16 in. X 2 in.
High resolution gallery wrapped giclee printed on cotton canvas on solid wood stretcher depict authentic drawings of iconic objects from the US Patent Office.
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