Yes, the fashion world's intellectuals and illuminati, alike, have often gushed liberally about the conceptual connections between fashion and art, while many a style-smitten student or couture coveter might also attest to its artistic value, but some designers appear to be taking it somewhat literally. This art (if you will) of borrowing seems to be a sporadically recurring theme of recent years, rather than a directional trend, but it proven a hit, time and time again from last year's famous Roy Lichtenstein inspired designs by 3.1 Phillip Lim to Mondrian wedges and t-shirts, at Christian Louboutin and Topman, respectively. Maybe designs like that are a better investment for the long haul as they carry a timeless quality that transient trends lack. More importantly, this fabulous Assemblage Unique clutch is a breeze and a blast to replicate with Pollock-style paint splatters. A future tutorial? Keep it here to find out.