Kandinsky 'Circles in a Circle' Socks

Dundee Contemporary Arts



These socks are sure to brighten up any day with their splashes of colour and geometry. 

For painter and art theorist Wassily Kandinsky, the circle had a symbolic, cosmic significance. In his 1923 painting Circles in a Circle, geometric forms and subtle colour harmonies combine to make an abstract composition. 

Created using seamless knitting, these socks are comfortable to wear and add some artistic flair to any outfit. Made with 80% combed cotton, 17% polyamide and 3% elastane.

Brand / Designer Curator Socks / Sock Affairs
Dimensions Medium (4-7), Large (7.5-12)