Panda, White Frame

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Produced in the Netherlands using HP Indigo printing onto 170gsm MultiDesign Natural uncoated paper, with embossed text.
Item No. TWS-RVMPAND-0001
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Van Mierlo studied at Design Academy Eindhoven and graduated cum laude in 2008. He works with various mediums but starts his process mostly with drawing or painting. Control – or the absence of it – is an important part of his work.

He is best known for his picture book ‘Wild Animals’, which won a Dutch Design Award in 2011. Van Mierlo is intrigued by the human need to control nature. Using a wet-on-wet technique, he paints animals that he can’t control. His books are sold in MoMA New York, Design Museum London and (late) Colette in Paris, amongst others.

Van Mierlo has collaborated on projects with Hermès, Marni, Head Porter and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. In 2019 Van Mierlo received the Vimeo Best of the Year Award in New York for his work Trippy Isolator / Dances with Wolves, a music video for DJ and producer Young Marco.

The Wrong Shop designs and manufactures solid wood frames, using unique profiles and finishes. Choose from:
– Natural waxed oak frame
– Black stained oak frame
– Matt white painted obeche frame
– Mounted onto Dibond

The acrylic glazing is optically the same as glass. The posters are embossed with the logo, title and artist's name, as a quality mark that doesn’t compromise the poster's appearance.

Product ID: 1085549

Dimensions

Poster Size
Width: 678mm
Height: 500mm

Framed Poster Size
Width: 699mm
Depth: 22mm
Height: 520mm

Sustainability

Our operations are carbon neutral. The local and international freight we organise to deliver this product to you will be offset through the purchase of Verified Carbon Standard carbon credits.


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