King for a Day: Crown

Wayne Youle
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King for a Day is part of a limited edition of 150 crowns from New Zealand artist Wayne Youle. One of just 150 produced, this wearable crown was inspired by the imagery of artists such as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Ready for display in your home, or pop it on and feel like royalty.

Author: Wayne Youle

Features: Crafted from laser-cut polypropylene

Dimensions: 200 x 150mm


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