Poster with brownish colour layers
The Ensō Burned von Paper Collective shows several layers of colour, which seem to be applied by ink and remind us of Japanese calligraphy traditions on Washi paper. The forms overlap, creating different depths and intensities. The design is by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, who is part of the studio Norm Architects. Arranged on the wall individually or in groups in different variations, the poster is a discreet eye-catcher.
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.