Worn To Be Wild
"Worn to Be Wild" marks Tobin Heath's seventh artwork available to the public, and offers a departure from themes in her previous works. Designed and painted in Los Angeles, the piece is inspired by the iconic images of flower children gently placing flowers in the rifles of armed guards. It explores what it means to fight for the world you want, with openness and curiosity.
For Tobin, this is the path she's intentionally chosen, seeking abundant possibilities rather than limiting norms. This is the path that leads to the ability to truly marvel at the world, exploring its wonders without overstepping one's place in nature.
In the spirit of coming together to fight for a reimagined world, 17% of proceeds will benefit Partners In Health to champion their work in creating an equitable global response to COVID-19.
Hear from re—inc Creative Director Tobin Heath
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