by Paper Collective
Black Pants is one of the three artworks part of a series of commissioned work for the British Fashion Council in 2018. Amelie was asked to interpret the SS18 collections of the three British designers: Georgia Hardinge, Katherine Hamnett and Mother of Pearl. The originals are exhibited in Museo ABC, Madrid, Spain January 2019.
Amelie Hegardt’s artistic and commercial work is a balance between explicit emotion and style. Her contextual interest are focused on the ideas and ideal around the subject of power and seduction. On how we use beauty, where we find it and what we sacrifice in the process for getting it.
Good Design. Good Causes.
Paper Collective curate their favorite designers and artists from across the world to create unique prints and graphic design products for modern homes, interiors and good people all over the world. Their broad range of creative contributors make Paper Collective a one-stop destination for any kind of art for your walls.
At Paper Collective they believe that good design can be more than the sum of it aesthetic and function. In collaboration with the contributing artists, they donate part of all sales of art prints to build a new school in rural Nepal in collaboration with the NFP Human Practice Foundation. The project is fully financed by the sales of Paper Collective posters. So every time you buy a poster, you play a part in this project.
All prints are produced in Denmark using the highest quality FSC Certified sustainable papers. Photo prints are printed on 250g matt coated, acid-free paper and graphic prints use 200g uncoated, acid-free paper.
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