Poster The Poster Club Studio Paradissi, Pottery 10 (30x40)
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Art print Giclée created by Studio Paradissi exclusively for the Danish producer.
Printed on 265gsm natural art paper with a matte, uncoated finish and a lightly textured surface that provides rich and vibrant color display.
Giclée is a printing technique used to achieve intense, saturated colors and a greater variety of depth and nuances. Combined with high-quality art paper, it guarantees color preservation with the highest possible resistance to aging.
Eleni Psyllaki , an architect, interior designer and artist, is behind Studio Paradissi.
“I am deeply inspired by the slow and simple lifestyle, quality and quantity focus of Scandinavian design, and I am a huge fan of muted color palettes and monochromatic schemes.”
Eleni Psyllaki lives in Greece, Crete. She was also born on the island, and her Greek origins were a great source of inspiration for her artistic work.
The works he creates are a balanced mixture of constructivism, minimalism and folklore surrounding Byzantine culture. Typically, her color palette is earthy tones, muted shades and rich blacks. “I'm working on a new series of works on paper that include patterns and bolder contrasts, as well as digital works inspired by more minimalist themes,” says Eleni.
For Eleni, the creative process includes many preliminary sketches and developing mood boards. The shape of a vessel often appears on the canvas: “The vessel is an archetypal form that has been a metaphor for being throughout history,” says Eleni.
She is deeply inspired by the history and symbolism of the vessel motif, which is also linked to her fascination with Byzantine architecture and art.
In her artistic work, Eleni continues to expand her spectrum. She says: “I would like to expand my collection of works. To bring even more of my subconscious onto the canvas and reach a wider audience.”
Even when relaxing, the creative process is present: "I love cooking and baking because I find equally creative approaches to design or painting." So a perfect day consists of a few hours of creative work followed by time spent with family.
“Everything there is in the form of a vessel. The grounded bottom represents the earth, while the holes at the top symbolize connection with the deity. They are interconnected and humans need both to achieve a balanced life.”
- Printed in Denmark
- Format 30x40cm
- 265g paper with a matte finish and textured surface
- Printed in giclée (fading resistant)
- The poster is sold in a tube, without a frame