Accessory pouch with Iconic scribbles. I mean, Cy Twombly gave a few generations permission to do so, right.
But Twombly versus a 7-year-old girl—daughter of a friend & Company advisor—who referred to a painting just delivered to her parent's house like so—"It's just a bunch of scribbles, & it's still art." Minutes later she she asked Leo Wyatt if it/they knew why art existed. Like, in the world. Fumbling & amazed, she responded herself—"Without art, everything would be the same."