Scarf, yellow silk printed with Grayson Perry's personal map of the British Museum. In the centre a modified floor plan of the Museum round which runs a river incorporating the tree of knowledge, visitors, and objects from the Museum's collections. The floor plan itself bears various labels representing what can be found there, events that take place there and the thoughts and feelings the Museum inspires.
- Made in: Great Britain
- (Europe,British Isles)
- Length: 90 centimetres
- Width: 90 centimetres
Designed by Grayson Perry for sale in the British Museum shop during the exhibition 'The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman', 2011.
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCT34898
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