/ˈ k ʌ l tʃ ər/
Per Kirkeby: The Complete Bricks (vol.1)
This is the first of three volumes documenting the brick works of the Danish artist Per Kirkeby (1938–2018) in their entirety, and diversity.
This first book focuses on Kirkeby’s temporary brick sculptures made for galleries, and museums between 1966, and 2017.
Solid Tables 225OF
Explore a variety of solid table designs in this collection —create individual timeless configurations to fit your personal choice for optimal functionality.
Shapes Circle, Half-Circle, Triangle, Square
Material Solid Oak, Marble
“A painted wooden hook. A hook is a hook is a hook.
3 different sizes
3 different color combinations
3 different prices.”
- Nathalie Du Pasquier, Artist
‘THE ARTWORK BLANKET’
Blanket dimensions: 132 x 200 cm
Lithograph, 405 x 300 mm
Asger Jorn (1914-1973) made this lithograph representing a female figure with a distinct face and long hair at the lithographic workshop of Jens Christian Sørensen in Copenhagen in 1945 along with several other graphic works whose figurative motifs comprise wavy lines seemingly drawn in one continuous movement.
By repeating the extensive wavy lines that give the figure its characteristic and harmonious expression, Jorn manages to evoke texture, emotion, and physical movement.
Both motif and style clearly recall Edvard Munch’s expressionist universe, distinguished by integrating the mood of nature with human sentiment.
‘Only in the transformation, the eternal movement, lies the truth.’ Quote by Asger Jorn
Exclusive ‘Limited Edition’ Blanket
| produced by DOMICILECULTURE
ʻSocial Patternʼ ˈ The Fabric
The multidimensional fabric design by London design studio DOMICILECULTURE was introduced in connection with Kvium’s exhibition "Cirkus Europa" at ARKEN, Museum of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, Denmark (2017). ‘Social Pattern’ was a continuous theme that almost acted as a counterpart to the exhibition’s single human figures, as the amorphous, bodily figures in ‘Social Pattern’ are strongly connected.
ʻSocial Patternʼ ˈ The artwork was first carried out as a mural in connection with Michael Kvium’s exhibition “SALIGIA” at ‘Dunkers kulturhus’ in Helsingborg, Sweden (2015). The ʻSocial Patternʼ colour combo was originally made with Yellow artwork on Black background.
We're an interdisciplinary ideas and design agency.
Our objective is to evolve cultural imitationalism, formalism, and emotionalism —through product engineering, eco sustainable productions and technology for lasting utility.
Alongside our innovational interest to uncover, explore and maintain centuries old artisans traditions ∥ E Y E D S agency bring an imaginative vision to life with meticulously detailed artisans concept philosophies.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR VISIT
KEEP SAFE ˈ STAY CREATIVE