Art Lapel Pin representing the “Nighthawks” painting by Edward Hopper

Wear the history of art. This is a beautiful art brooch for your clothes, respectful with fabrics.

Edward Hopper’s (1882-1967) painting Nighthawks (1942) was inspired by a specific restaurant in New York, but maintains a universal timelessness that transcends its locale. Viewers observe the scene from the outside through a large plane of glass, their eyes pulled in by the eerie fluorescent lighting. This vantage allows one to observe the four anonymous characters within—their individual contemplation speaks to a sense of isolation, a subtle critique of the changing modern world.

It is currently exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago.

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2.25″ x 1.23″ inches
5.7 x 3.1 cm

Large Soft Enamel Pin
Double Posted
Rubber Clasps

Small single cardboard base and envelope

Inspired by “Nighthawks” by Edward Hopper