Few objects are as common and as evocative as pillows. In their place at the “head” of the bed, they are associated with our bodies as we rest, love, convalesce, sleep, and die. Feliciano Centurión embroidered this pillowcase at the hospital where he received treatment for the HIV-related complications that led to his early death. The blue eyes with frilly lace lashes are both comic and poignant when paired with the embroidered title. Associated with the Arte Light artists in Buenos Aires during the 1990s, Centurión embraced kitsch, rejected the distinction between craft and art, and challenged conventional gender roles.