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Dead Languages Tie

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Josh Bach

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A Universal Message

The dead languages tie will spark the interest of any art and history lover. Based on the steps leading up to the Los Angeles Library, this tie is a torso-length take on Jud Fine's sculpture, "Spine," which displays ancient languages, hieroglyphics, math, music, braille and all symbols of beauty and historical significance. Made in the USA and Korea.

Josh Bach

created by

Josh Bach

Josh Bach can't turn around in New York City without seeing something that inspires him. He also can't walk a block from his New York City apartment without seeing somebody sporting a necktie.

Stands to reason, then, the designer of witty but classy ties is in the right spot. Josh, who studied architecture at University of Pennsylvania before becoming a bartender-turned-advertising art director, lives in New York's Financial District. One day, he looked down and realized neckties are like blank canvases. The original concept was to do witty and whimsical ties that are wearable—like the one he conjured using design sketches of now-demolished baseball parks, or the one that spits out stock quotes from neck to belt, or, the necktie that's as useful for navigation as it is for fashion: the NYC subway map tie.

Made from
nylon, silk
58" L x 3.5" W x 0.25" H
do not dry clean.
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