Art Nouveau Textile

  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
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  •  CREATIVE PAPERS   Art Nouveau Textile
  •  CREATIVE PAPERS   Art Nouveau Textile
  •  CREATIVE PAPERS   Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
  Art Nouveau Textile
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Art Nouveau draws its name from the boutique "La maison de l'art nouveau" opened in Paris in 1895 by Samuel Bing, an antique dealer passionnate about Japanese art. The movement quickly spreads to all branches of decorative arts. An emblematic illustrator of the period is Alphonse Mucha, famous for its posters of the actress Sarah Bernhardt. Architects take advantage of new materials like steel and glass to imagine Parisian metro stations or the Tassel Hôtel from the architect Horta in Belgium, mixing an esthetic in "whiplash" with functionnality.


12 sheets of high-quality wrapping paper.
The wrapping papers are folded to fit in a book.
They can be easily removed from the book by tearing them along a perforated line.
Dimensions folded: 25 x 34.5 cm.
Dimensions opened: 50 x 70 cm.


Each book contains 12 different designs and a notice of explanation about the theme.
The sheets can be used as wrapping paper but also as material for scrappbooking.


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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