• Skandivis Silke Bonde, Copenhagen The Blue World Art Print Silke Bonde

The Blue World Art Print Silke Bonde

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The “Blue World"  map is about getting an overview and to see the world as a whole. We are all living on the same planet and we live our lives in the same nature that is why we have to appreciate it and take good care of it. The “Blue world” map of the world artwork is made to encourage you to go out and explore the world and to discover it’s differences”.

“Looking closer” is a collection that encourages you to take a closer look at nature and it’s elements. Take a break and notice the creations, patterns and changing life in the nature. The use of blue and green tones characterises the Northern nature and its colour palette. The worldmap collection is made with watercolors to match the organic shapes which you will find in nature. A minimalistic collection with a mix of straight lines and organic shapes. The art print has been signed by Silke Bonde. 

  • Sizes:        70 x 50 cm , £76.00 please select size in the pull-down menu.
                      100 x 70 cm,  £84.00   
  • Material:   Printed on 200 g Multidesign white paper.
  • Design:     Silke Bonde.

Please note that the art print is sold unframed and carefully packed in a cardboard tube to avoid any damage during shipping.

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