David Hockney Lens & Screen Cloth - We Two Boys Together Clinging

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We Two Boys Together Clinging, 1961, by David Hockney was one of a number of paintings that Hockney described as 'partly propaganda of something I felt hadn't been propagandised, especially among students, as a subject: homosexuality'. He titled this work after Walt Whitman's poem of the same name.

This lens & screen cloth cleans all types of lenses, including plastic, mineral and AR coated lenses. It is machine washable and durable with repeat washing. Perfect for phones and tablets.

Instructions: Remove dirt particles from lenses before wiping. Use dry or with a cleaning liquid. Machine or hand wash in warm water with mild soap.


Materials: Microfibre cloth
Dimensions: 12 x 15 cm approx.


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