0.3" x 1.9" Soft Enamel Pin Double Posted Rubber Clasps
Throughout art history, the role of making mistakes has been pivotal in advancing artistic expression. It's these 'mistakes', or deviations from the norm, that have often led to groundbreaking movements and styles, pushing the boundaries of what is considered art. The intentional misspelling of "make mistakes" as "make smistake" brings a light-hearted humor to this concept. It serves as a reminder that even in our linguistic errors, there is room for creativity and innovation. This playful term encapsulates the essence of the artistic process, where perfection is not the aim, but rather the exploration of new ideas and forms. Just as "smistake" deviates from conventional spelling yet still communicates its intended message, so too does impactful art challenge conventions while conveying its unique perspective.
About Pin Museum:
Pin Museum is owned and operated by two art school sweethearts, now husband and wife in Los Angeles, CA. In addition to Pin Museum, they are designers for national and international brands, former gallerists, parents, and Mexican food devotees. In 2013, they designed and produced their first enamel pin. In 2016, they closed their gallery and launched Pin Museum with three designs by the artists Damien Hirst, Jan van Eyck, and Marcel Duchamp.
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