For the past two days Stine has been printing boxes for our mobiles. The technique used is called “silk screen print”. It is the same hand printing technique as Stine is normally using for her art prints. The technique allows a vast amount of colour pigments in the printet areas. Take a look at how bright and velvet like the vermillion red colour pops:
Last week the journalist Søren Valsøe from our favorite local newspaper "Bryggebladet" came by our studio to do an interview about our mobile project. The danish title "Usynlige bevægelser i luften" translates to "Invisible movements in air". If you read Danish, you will be able to find the full interview here in Bryggebladet.
We are finally settled in our new studio in Islandsbrygge, Copenhagen. Our plan is to have the full collection of mobiles hanging on display, and as a direct customer or retailer you are always welcome to pay us a visit prior to buying. Please contact us for an appointment.
Next month our mobile "Pitch Black Petals" will be featured in the Danish interior magazine BO BEDRE.Recently the Realdania foundation has completed a full restoration of the former residence of the famous Danish architect Poul Henningsen. Poul Henningsen build the house for him self and his family in 1937 and every detail has been given attention in the recent restoration. As an example the wall tapestry pictured below (originately designed by Poul Henningsens brother in law, the artist Albert Nauer) has been re-silkscreened and put up in the same report as it used to sit 80 years ago. Next months...