Ronan Bouroullec’s Drawing 14 poster features marker strokes that create fluid, abstract shapes with a fascinating sense of depth and dimension. For Bouroullec, drawing is a relaxing, even meditative process; he lets the felt-tip in his hand flow freely and intuitively on the paper without planning the shapes beforehand. Therefore, the shapes have no clear beginning or end, evoking a variety of interpretations.
The Drawing 14 poster is lithography printed on Fedrigoni Splendorlux paper. With this technique, the coloured ink appears matte on the paper’s glossy surface, resembling Bouroullec’s real drawing technique.