In her legendary signature style, Jane Davis Doggett has designed a commemorative scarf made from the finest silk for Viva Florida 500. In 1513, Ponce de Leon landed on the east coast of Florida, bringing with him the convergence of many cultures for centuries to come. This scarf is a powerful and vivacious representation of Florida’s past 500 years and a nod to the ever present Spanish influence, with its eye catching colors and symbols from the Spanish coat of arms. With bold colors and the pure fluidity of the silk, this scarf exemplifies the modern world and the memory of the Old World; the visual representation of what Florida is through color and shapes. Wrap yourself up in Viva with this beautiful scarf!
Jane Davis Doggett attended the Yale School of Art and Architecture in the 1950s and studied in graphic design and architecture fields alike to broaden her world of inspiration. She is one of the pioneering female graphic designers in the world and is the creator of the airport way finders (the shapes and colored symbols directing people throughout the terminals within airports globally). Her large scale designs can be seen across the globe in airports and sports arenas as well as her traveling art exhibitions.
Measurements: 18” x 72”
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