HKliving Polystone David Brick Fragment
Art frame made by French artist Pauline Blanchard (1991) for HKliving. HKliving has issued a free assignment with the theme "movement" to four different artists. The artists have given their interpretation of "movement" in their art work, not bound to use of colour nor material. This art work is Pauline Blanchard's interpretation of "movement". The art work is set in a oak wooden frame. Experiencing the artwork of illustrator Pauline Blanchard (1991), is like stepping into a dreamlike world. In this world Blanchard shifts between painting and photography. As an illustrator she likes to paint big characters with little heads, as she did for HKliving. Born in Paris, she now works from her little luminous studio in the north east of France. Dimensions: length 36.5cm x width 2.5cm x height 46cm.
Dutch brand HKliving draw influences from all four corners of the globe to create their eclectic range of home accessories for modern homes. In contrast to Scandinavian brands who prefer a minimalist, ‘less is more’ aesthetic, HKliving’s style nods to diverse cultures as well as looking to the past, especially the 1970s era, to create their irreverent range of home accessories. Think Darwin-esque paperweights containing suspended jellyfish, cushions printed with Japanese style patterns, and ceramic plates, cups and platters inspired by a bohemian aesthetic.