Poster with black layers of paint
The Ensō Black poster of Paper Collective is characterized by the application of different layers of paint. The texture is reminiscent of ink applied to washi paper, thus following the Japanese calligraphy tradition. The designer Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm Architects applies several layers of black paint for this effect, creating different depths. The poster can be arranged on the wall individually or in groups in different variations.
For a good cause
The purchase of a poster of Paper Collective supports the construction of a school in Nepal.
The motif is printed on 200 g Munken Lynx paper. The uncoated paper is FSC®-certified and impresses with a special archive quality. Also with regard to production, the company pays attention Paper Collective to environmentally friendly conditions, so that the posters were awarded the Nordic eco-label Swan, comparable to the Blue Angel seal in Germany.