Painted Peek-a-boo Tee, One of a kind

Painted Peek-a-boo Tee, One of a kind


This drapey tee is cut from hand painted rayon.  One of kind painted composition created by artist Dani Schafer in her Wisconsin studio.  The colors are vibrant and soft greens and greys on stark white. Tee shape is boxy, with peek-a-boo shoulder. An easy casual shape that goes with a cardigan, and jeans, or cropped pants, and high tops.  

  • straight body, peek-a-boo shoulder,  boxy fit, semi sheer
  • 100% rayon crepe
  • 36” bust circumference; 24” full length, measured from Small
  • Machine wash in net bag, cold water, hang dry. 
  • Made in Los Angeles
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Dani Schafer is a Wisconsin based artist who creates expressive, process-based abstract paintings. "My work is gestural and abstract, with negative space grazing the edges of each work to allow the eye to travel. "

Dani and Jill began a dialogue about work and life first through Instagram, and then as 'pen pals' between Wisconsin and California.  Over the past two years their approach to work, color story, and artist expression grew into this collaborative project, the Painter's Blouse.  Jill on Dani: "The movement and energy of Dani's work is like a dance captured on canvas."  

See more of Dani's work on her site, on Instagram

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This garment is part of a collaboration with artist and designer Jennifer Parry Dodge.  Jennifer dyes fabrics in the back yard of her Highland Park Los Angeles home using a variety of natural and synthetic dyes.  These include, rust, indigo, and procion, among others.  Fabrics are dyed in small batches, and treated as a canvas to create an overall balance and variation of colors. All of the pieces in this collaboration are limited edition, or one of a kind. Pattern and layout of the clothes has been carefully engineered to display beauty of dye.  Jill designs the garments, and cuts each one individually.  The result is a one of kind dress or top.  

“There’s beauty in symmetry,” says Dodge. “But what interests me more are things that are a little off. I love the imperfections, the accidents, and realizing that some ‘mistakes’ aren’t really mistakes at all. To me a perfect pattern doesn’t seem alive.” ~ from One King's Lane interview