“Every good painter paints what he is”
– Jackson Pollock
These shorts are named after the American abstract expressionist painter Paul Jackson Pollock (1912-1956). Pollock used liquid household paint and reached the height of his fame in the late 40’s, his ‘drip period’. He painted by pouring and dripping paint on canvas. Peggy Guggenheim even commissioned Pollock to paint a 2,5 by 6 meter mural in her house. Pollock’s unique way of painting in this period is a big inspiration to the way Hul le Kes uses natural dye.
This garment is made from cognac brown color cotton (96%), elastane (4%) with a light satin feel. The material comes from a left-over batch in the Netherlands.
Made at our Manufacturing Studio in Arnhem, the Netherlands
Fit & Sizing
In the pictures you see Emilia and Boy wearing size 2 Pollock Shorts.
Emilia wears a size 2. She is a Small, 174 cm tall, her chest is 81 cm, hips 91 cm.
Boy wears a size 2. He is a Medium, 185 cm tall, his chest is 91 cm, hips 92 cm.
More information about the Hul le Kes sizing in general can be found here.
The Pollock Shorts will get their own unique code and a matching Clothing Passport. Make sure to use the passport to create your personal narrative. Read more about our Hul le Kes Clothing Passport here.
Are you done with this shorts? We are always happy to receive old items back, especially if they are provided with their original passport. Or give the short including its passport, to your beloved friend or family member.
But never forget: do not throw away your Hul le Kes garment, no matter how worn out it is!