The Blue II tea towelis a woven and embroidered adaptation by Joan Miró. The artist painted his triptych BLUE I, II, III in 1961, in his new studio in Palma de Mallorca, which allowed him to work for the first time on very large formats. "It took me a long time to make them. Not to paint them, but to meditate on them. It took me [...] a great deal of inner tension to achieve the desired simplicity. "
The weaving process allows only two colours, in this case blue and black. To create the red form we used embroidery, a rare process developed by our creators to pay homage to great painters such as Joan Miró.