• Tiger limited edition print, 2019, Nathalie du pasquier, The wrong shop
  • Tiger limited edition print, 2019, Nathalie du pasquier, The wrong shop

Tiger limited edition print, 2019

Tiger limited edition print by Nathalie du Pasquier for The Wrong Shop.

Nathalie du Pasquier's 2019 limited edition print, Tiger, is presented in an edition of 35, each numbered, stamped and embossed by the artist.

The collection of four prints feature du Pasquier's signature abstract constructions and arresting use of colour. 

The print is created using a UV printing process that utilises an ultraviolet curing technology. A modified pigment is exposed to ultraviolet light, causing the ink to dry quickly, allowing for sharper detail. 

‘For this new collection, I wanted to do a series that was dry and hard-edged. I wanted to do vectorial prints with the ink appearing as shiny flat surface sitting onto the paper. Using a paper with a traditional hand made structure and texture to clearly define the printing process’.

A founder member of the Memphis group, French-born artist and designer Nathalie Du Pasquier has been based in Milan since 1979. She has focused primarily on painting since the late 1980s, producing a body of work which explores constructed architectural forms that can only exist in two dimensions.

See other prints in the series here.

Framed by The Wrong Shop in bespoke frames made of European oak with an elegantly tapered edge and a matt lacquer finish. 

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Tiger limited edition print by Nathalie du Pasquier for The Wrong Shop.

Nathalie du Pasquier's 2019 limited edition print, Tiger, is presented in an edition of 35, each numbered, stamped and embossed by the artist.

The collection of four prints feature du Pasquier's signature abstract constructions and arresting use of colour. 

The print is created using a UV printing process that utilises an ultraviolet curing technology. A modified pigment is exposed to ultraviolet light, causing the ink to dry quickly, allowing for sharper detail. 

‘For this new collection, I wanted to do a series that was dry and hard-edged. I wanted to do vectorial prints with the ink appearing as shiny flat surface sitting onto the paper. Using a paper with a traditional hand made structure and texture to clearly define the printing process’.

A founder member of the Memphis group, French-born artist and designer Nathalie Du Pasquier has been based in Milan since 1979. She has focused primarily on painting since the late 1980s, producing a body of work which explores constructed architectural forms that can only exist in two dimensions.

See other prints in the series here.

Framed by The Wrong Shop in bespoke frames made of European oak with an elegantly tapered edge and a matt lacquer finish. 

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62w x 92cmh (framed)
60w x 90cmh (print)

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Printed in Italy on Fabriano Artistico 100% cotton, 300 gsm paper.

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The Wrong Shop was founded by designer Sebastian Wrong with the aim of allowing the world’s leading designers to explore their creativity with experimental pieces that require unorthodox methods of production.

The Wrong Shop was founded by designer Sebastian Wrong with the aim of allowing the world’s leading designers to explore their creativity with experimental pieces that require unorthodox methods of production.

The Wrong Shop produces limited edition prints, often beautifully framed, of artworks by internationally renowned, progressive designers. These are small series works which can be ordered directly from the producers.

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