ACME Frida Kahlo Inspired Sugar Skull Money Clip
Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) was a Mexican painter best known for her self-portraits and her use of traditional folk art icons within her celebrated works. Among those is the colorful 'sugar skulls' that are made as part of the Mexican Day of the Dead festivities. The ACME Studio Frida Kahlo collection reflects many of these motifs. The 'Sugar Skull' money clip is made from chromed steel with a unique printed design by the artist on the front. Frida Kahlo's art is enjoying a resurgence in popularity with several retrospectives of her work in the U.S. this year alone. The ACME Studio accessories are a great choice for festive and thoughtful gifts.
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