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fab four: limited edition prints.

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1. Judith Hopf, Nose (a collaboration with Martin Ebner), 2008

Silkscreen on paper
40 x 50cm

They say: Hopf has worked in a wide range of media, offering an absurdist-and ultimately utopian-exploration of artistic forms and everyday conventions. This silkscreen print was inspired by the work of Bridget Riley, whose style is here unexpectedly used to depict a nose. I say: what fun!

Available from The ICA 

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2. Typeseat print, designed and manufactured by Tim Fishlock.

Edition of 300 prints. 50 x 70cm.

Screen print by Tim Fishlock using classic chairs to depict the letters of the alphabet.

Available from Twentytwentyone.

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3. The Chairs, limited edition print by Konstantin Grcic.

Screen print on 280gsm paper, A2 size.

Konstantin Grcic is an industrial designer who has designed products and furniture for manufacturers such as Authentics, Flos, Krups and Magis. The subject of this print, his MYTO chair was selected for the Design Museum’s Designs of The Year award and exhibition in 2009. The Chairs is screen-printed in seven colours, including three fabulous fluros…

Available from the Design Museum shop.

fab four44. L03, 2012, designed by Ronan Bouroullec, manufactured by Wrong Shop.

Digital print using mineral-based Ultrachrome K3 pigmented inks with resin. Hahnemuhle certified 310g Museum Etching paper.

Unframed: 158.6 x 111.8cm.

Hand-drawn sketches from the individual collections of industrial design brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec produced in series as prints. The original works formed part of recent exhibitions at the Vitra Design Museum and Centre Pompidou Metz.

Available from Twentytwentyone.

Fab four limited edition prints. Which, if any, do you like?
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