Aluminium Decorative panel

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New Adventures is a series of graphical posters depicting scenes from three iconic airports. With motifs of Maryland, JFK and Los Angeles airports in their heyday of the 1960s, New Adventures depicts a time when the jet age really began to flourish. Where better to start a new adventure than to jet off from an iconic airport into the wide blue sky?
New Adventures artwork is contemporary, with a timeless touch of elegance, making them suitable for all sorts of interiors. Printed directly onto metal, New Adventures not only shows a new way of seeing architecture but also how to present it. The posters can be easily attached to the wall with a simple magnet system that ensures you have many chances to make sure they are hung straight without the need for extra drilling. The posters require no extra frames and come ready to add a dynamic new piece of artwork to your wall.
Bring architecture and new materials into your interior with New Adventures. Hang the posters over your sofa, as a centrepiece over your dining table, in the hallway, bedroom or even up your stairs.
Colours Saffron yellow, forest green, pearl white, ruby red, anthracite grey, petrol blue.

Tola Ereso Poulsen, Designer: “I was inspired by the importance of good architecture that gives something back to its surroundings and the people who use the buildings. Enhancing the building’s use and justifying the building’s presence in a specific place. By using specific graphical shapes, colours and material, the intention of the collage is to complement and enhance the expression of the building’s exterior lines, shapes and details. The art work is different and unique in its creation because various architectural techniques are used in the creative process of these digital architectural collages. Photography, architectural drawn lines and layers of graphical coating makes these pieces stand out from the crowd.”

ø45, ø75, a1, a2

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