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The Wrong Shop Drawing 14 poster with oak frame, 69.5 x 88.5 cm
The Wrong Shop Drawing 14 poster with oak frame, 69.5 x 88.5 cm

Drawing 14 poster with oak frame, 69.5 x 88.5 cm

The Wrong Shop

$325.00

The Wrong Shop
Drawing 14 poster with oak frame
$325.00


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Description

Ronan Bouroullec’s Drawing posters feature 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.

The poster comes with a plexiglass frame in natural solid oak.

Material
250gsm Fedrigoni Splendorlux, with embossed text, waxed solid oak, plexiglass
Colour
Multicolour, oak
Width
27.36 in (69.5 cm)
Depth
0.91 in (2.3 cm)
Height
34.84 in (88.5 cm)
Measurement details
Poster size without frame: 67.5 x 86.5 cm
Framed
Yes

Ronan Bouroullec

Ronan Bouroullec (born 1971) has built a long and successful career as a designer, and is justifiedly one of the biggest names in French design. Hailing originally from Brittany, Bouroullec is nowadays based in Paris.

Since 1998 Ronan Bouroullec has collaborated with his brother Erwan, designing furniture, lighting, glass objects, textiles, and much more for a variety of internationally recognised brands – the brothers have worked with the likes of Vitra, Kvadrat, Artek, Iittala, Flos and Hay, to name a few. Their portfolio also features spatial design, architecture and various art projects ranging from drawings and videography to entire exhibitions. The works of the Bouroullec brothers have been acquired to permanent collections of several museums, and their work can be admired, for example, at Centre Pompidou and Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, at MoMa in New York and at the Design Museum in London.

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