Poster 50x70 STRIPES By Berit Mogensen LopezPaper Collective
270,00 zł brutto
Capturing the act of experimentation, Stripes by Danish artist Berit Mogensen Lopez is a deeply immersive combination of colour and transparency. From deep red and orange, to black, brown and grey, the composition is punctuated by highlights in pink, yellow and blue.
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Berit Mogensen Lopez (Denmark)
ABOUT THE POSTER DESIGN
Capturing the act of experimentation, Stripes by Danish artist Berit Mogensen Lopez is a deeply immersive combination of colour and transparency. From deep red and orange, to black, brown and grey, the composition is punctuated by highlights in pink, yellow and blue. The almost effortless and playful process of producing Stripes remains into the final piece as each line washes over the next – a soft transparency adding continuity as colours blend together to form a whole.
ABOUT THE POSTER DESIGNER
Berit Mogensen Lopez is a Danish textile and pattern designer who works in the space between art and design. Her work is mainly based on her colourful and unique collages, as seen in her collections of hand-tufted carpets, prints and posters.
THE GOOD CAUSE
When buying a Paper Collective Art Print a part of the sale goes to The Paper Collective Project supporting good causes the world over.
200g uncoated, FSC certified, acid-free paper. Produced in Denmark under the Swan certification system.
All art prints will be rolled in sturdy tubes and if you order a frame, it will be packed separately for easy installation at home. Above you can choose between solid oak, black or white timber frames with acrylic glass or our magnetic STiiCKS.
Berit Mogensen Lopez
Berit Mogensen Lopez is educated textile designer from the Danish School of Design. Since 2001 she has mainly worked with designing clothing and prints to the fashion industry. The last couple of years she has spent more time on product development within furniture textiles, which has resulted in her own line of hand crafted rugs, based on the geometric collages she has developed at the same time with focus on colors and graphic compositions.Więcej