No. 016: Portrait of the Artist as a Postman

Texas Monthly profiles Kermit Oliver, a postal worker from Waco, Texas whose artwork became the design for one of Hermès’ most-loved silk scarves, Faune et Flore du Texas. 

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No. 016: Portrait of the Artist as a Postman
Texas Monthly profiles Kermit Oliver, a postal worker from Waco, Texas whose artwork became the design for one of Hermès’ most-loved silk scarves, Faune et Flore du Texas. 
Read the full article (in Readability) here. 
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