The Kenyan Weavings – Assorted Alma Mater Colors | Hand woven in Kenya, two Infinity Tacks
Edition of 15 White on Crimson | Edition of 15 Crimson on White | Edition of 15 Orange on Black | Edition of 15 White on Blue | Edition of 15 Cardinal on Grey | Edition of 15 Cardinal on White | Edition of 15 White on Cardinal | Edition of 15 Red on Blue | Edition of 15 White on Gold
The Kenyan Weavings use a practical form to help span the continuum of belief. Would the deeply religious person use it to pray? Would the secular spiritualist hang it on the wall? Would the atheist give it to his dog or wipe her feet on it? To encourage the broad-minded academic contemplation of financial infinity, The Kenyan Weavings use the colors of top universities such as Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, University of Chicago, Georgia Tech, and even Dickinson College. By way of an artistic performance called The 60-Day Challenge, t.Rutt offers competing prizes to academics and others who best prove that financial time is either infinitely long or infinitely short.