Tramp Art is a style of wood carving that was introduced at the end of the 19th Century but gained popularity during the Great Depression. Several geometric pieces of reclaimed or cheap wood, usually a cigar box or shipping crate, were carved to create the signature notch pattern. These pieces were layered to build an array of small objects to full sized furniture, the most common objects being frames or boxes.The term "tramp art" was introduced to describe how the artform used discarded materials and simple tools to build like a pen knife.
This frame is more unique than most tramp art frames as it is painted light gray. Typically, tramp art is not painted, letting the natural wood grain show.
Designed in the late 1960’s for Nantucket Looms, our classic boatneck sweater never goes out of style. Originally designed to be worn without a shirt underneath, the boatneck can be worn in a more fitted fashion or select the next size up for a looser fit. The saddle stitch shoulders and high boatneck collar are distinctive to this sweater. Unisex sizing.
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