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The art print is inspired by fashion and a contemporary vibe, the combination between classic painting and digital tools makes the paintings full of expression and contrast.
This Poster Supports
At Paper Collective they believe that good design can be more than the sum of it aesthetic and function. In collaboration with our contributing artists, they donate part of all sales of art prints to a good cause somewhere in the world.
In 2018 Paper Collective began the process of building a new school in rural Nepal in collaboration with the Human Practice Foundation.
The project is fully financed by the sales of Paper Collective posters. So every time you buy a poster, you play a part in this project.
250g matt coated, FSC certified, acid-free paper. Produced in Denmark under the Swan certification system.
Origin Made in DenmarkPeytil
Peytil is a Stockholm based art project founded by the designer and illustrator Eitil Thorén Due. His work reflects a graffiti-like spontaneity with focus on fashion illustrations and urban portraits.