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This postcard was published in 1983 on the 35th anniversary of General Human Rights and in honor of the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Postcard No. 24 shows the painting "Clothes and Hats" by the Austrian painter and graphic artist.
In Hundertwasser model of thought, the actual human skin is followed by the second skin, namely clothing. In terms of the individuality of every single person, Hundertwasser could not understand why people dress so uniformly, boringly and interchangeably. He saw clothing as an opportunity to portray his personality in all its diversity. For this reason, Hundertwasser designed many of his clothes himself and some of them even made them himself. A trademark of Friedensreich Hunderwasser were the two different socks he wore. The artist was also an advocate of wearing hats. Hats give man great and sublime. Everyone should feel like a king. He should feel important and valuable, but also act responsibly.
"The window right" was an idea and demand from Friedensreich Hundertwasser. He wanted every resident to have the right to paint the outside facade around his window as far as his arm can reach.