CHROME WAVES paper vase cover, Flesh+Blood
Sheets of steel flowing through a desert, the Pharao pyramids reveal their treasures through a technicolour prism.
This paper vase cover got it´s name from a chillingly futuristic song by Ride.
Made to be placed over a 50 cl plastic- or glass bottle.
The colourway is named after a terrific Roxy Music LP with great cover art, released 1980. With it´s sophisticated and extravagant nocturnal music, it most certainly is reminiscent of a New Wave Deco; The perfect blend of New wave and Art Deco.
Avonmore Pink and Midnight Hour Gold.
ABOUT THE PAPER SCULPTURES
The sculptures are hand folded without glue in Malmö, Sweden, using an interlock technique.
Each sculpture is signed and numbered by hand, in a limited series of 500 sculptures, as the unique piece of art it is. Measurements:
Height 24 cm, Width 9 cm.
Offset printed on FSC and Svanen certified Invercote Creato 300 g paper in Malmö, Sweden.