Art deco, successor to Art Nouveau, is named from the "'Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes de Paris " in 1925. Art Deco stems from futurists, cubists and constructivists movements but also gets its inspiration from African, Asian, Arabic and South American graphic art.
16 exceptionnal designs printed on 180 gr. acid-free drawing paper suitable for coloring technique including pencil, crayon, marker, ink and water colours.
The contours are printed in a subtle way in order to vanish behind the coloring technique.
Dimensions: 25 x 34.5 cm
Edited by Pepin press.
Pepin press is a publishing house based in Amsterdam. They create high quality art and design products.
The company grew out of Pepin van Roojen's one-man graphic design an book production in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which started in 1988, hence the Asian inspiration of the collection.
At Maison de Save, we appreciate the high artistic quality of these books as well as their pedagogy. These books display an abondance of drawings and designs and are a source of artistic inspiration for all ages.
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