Introducing Charley Harper by Ozone Socks! Featuring Charley’s beloved Mystery of the Missing Migrants, this high-quality sock is made with long-fiber fair-trade cotton for more durability. They are sewn with the Pointed Toe technique, creating a more seamless appearance and less wear and tear.
These socks are designed to fit women’s US shoe sizes 5½–9½, but their unique stretch allows for a larger range. Made in Colombia with 77% cotton, 22% nylon, and 1% Spandex.
Charley Harper (August 4, 1922–June 10, 2007) had an alternative way of looking at nature. His serigraphs were large expanses of rich color, which gave the viewer a very different perspective on the animal kingdom. A conservationist as well as an artist, Harper revealed the unique aspects of his wildlife subjects through highly stylized geometric reduction. Harper said he was
the only wildlife artist who has never been compared to Audubon, yet his wildlife art was just as instructive—the only difference was that Harper laced his lessons with humor. Harper believed that humor made it easier to encourage changes in our attitudes and awareness of environmental concerns.