About Frida Kahlo Sugar Skull money clip
Frida Kahlo Sugar Skull money clip features the iconic Mexican skull painted by the artist. This high-end chromed steel money clip showcases a perfect replica of the original design applied on the front and comes in an elegant black packaging.
- Material: chromed steel
- Designer: Frida Kahlo
- Made by Acme Studio © 2015 Frida Kahlo Corporation.
This is a smart gift idea for Mexican art fans and more particularly for Frida Kahlo‘s lovers at an accessible price.
How to use Frida’s money clip
You might not be familiar with money clip uses. However, it is a smart way to carry your cash in style. Frida’s one can hide neatly into the blazer pocket or the pocket of a pair of trousers and keep your currencies and cards safe altogether. The best way to enjoy Frida Kahlo Sugar Skull money clip is first to fold your bills and money in half, then slide them into the clip. Afterward, you organize your cards and slide them under the prong and voilà¡! You can now keep the money clip in your pocket.
About Frida’s artwork
Frida Kahlo de Rivera (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954), born Magdalena Carmen Frieda Kahlo y Calderón, did not initially plan to become a painter. She suffered lifelong health problems and volatile relationship with Mexican artist Diego Rivera. Her regular injury recoveries isolated her from the others, and this isolation influenced her art and self-portraits. Kahlo suggested her Art was only concerning her introspection life experience and her Mexican strong cultural identity. She always denied being part of art movements such as Surrealism or Primitivism. One of Frida’s famous quote sums up her life and artwork: I paint myself because I am so often alone and because I am the subject I know best.”