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Customize Your Wall with These Three Amazing Paper Collective Art Prints

There is undeniable benefit of integrating new art prints and posters into your home and workspace to add glamour and style to your relevant space however, the process of unearthing something unique or new in modern art is always easier said than done. So to save you valuable time in searching through reams of the world’s new artists, the Copenhagen based art web shop known as Paper Collective brings together a range of highly experienced designers, artists and illustrators to create limited-edition modern art prints.

Paper Collective does a lot of the leg work for you when it comes to finding a wall art or poster that will actually look good in your home. For one, the Danish collective showcases affordable art prints which are not mass-produced works. They do this by bringing together their favorite designers, artists and illustrators to collaborate on iconic limited-edition graphic and poster prints.

Secondly, the company’s three most important principles are social responsibility, sustainability and creative partnerships, hence the reason why each Paper Collective product is linked to a good cause somewhere in the world. For every art print, Paper Collective donates 15% to a good cause chosen by the artist. What is more, Paper Collective is an entirely sustainable operation that produces locally in Denmark thus providing a one-stop destination for any kind of art for your walls.

Below are some of the best conversation-starting pieces from Paper Collective art prints.

1.      Paper Collective Floating Leaves Print

The advantages of integrating plant life into your home and workspace are well known, however, the upkeep and burden of maintaining a plant often deters people from developing their green fingers. But in order to make vegetation more accessible to all, Paper Collective has teamed up with MOEBE and NORM Architects to release a series of art prints which include leaves suspended within an individual frame.

The floating leaves series is inspired by the gathering of botanic samples and classical botanic illustration. The photographed leaves rest somewhere in between healthy greenery and decay, while the floating leaves feature transparent botanical photographs that offer the illusion of real-life leaves suspended within the frame.

The photographs were made using UV printing that allows a photo to be printed onto transparent foil. The prints, which come in three different sizes and a variety of designs, also highlight Paper Collective’s alignment with creativity and nature.

2.      Paper Collective Norm Layers Print

Norm Architects were recently named Danish designers of the year. Their unique Norm Layers Print gives an incredible length and breadth of the country’s amazing Copenhagen posters design making it a fairly extraordinary achievement.

The design studio has made its mark in the art industry by impressing with their range of soft minimalist furniture, lighting and accessories as well as collaborating with reputable companies such as Menu and more recently Paper Collective.

For its collaboration with Paper Collective, Norm Architects splash ink onto a surface to display how it is one of the most unpredictable and exciting means of applying color. The result is a unique print which creates an illusion of spatial depth and differentiating shades of color, this is a unique touch that is above your average piece of wall art.

3.      Paper Collective Terrazzo Print

When it comes to choosing an alternative to Paper Collective’s most-popular prints such as the Floating Leaves selection and the Paper Collective Resting Feet series then the Terrazzo Print is the best choice because of its depth of character.

Terrazzo Print is a classic flooring material that consists of stones set in concrete. Paper Collective challenges the material characteristics by making the terrazzo paper crispy thin and lightweight.

But the sentiment features remain authentic. The light and shadows on each terrazzo folding makes it stand out from its background while giving the art print a special type of texture that is not ordinarily seen in modern art prints.

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