“Les Coloriés” drawing N°8/12

by Lili Gayman

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 30x1x40
Unique Pieces Material : Paper
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« Les Coloriés » are a series of 12 preparatory drawings for the realization of ceramic pieces of different sizes. Each drawing is original, numbered from 1 to 12, signed by the artist and framed (white painted wooden frame). Made with colored pencils, they are representations of imaginary worlds where territories seem to be moving. Some are floating, stretching, while others are embracing, dancing or repelling. These abstract landscapes are windows of contemplation where the gaze is lost.
These drawings are part of a more global work in which the designer Lili Gayman is interested in the relationship between an object and its decor and how it can animate an object in a particular way, make it vibrant.

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Weight 1,5 kg
Dimensions 35 × 45 × 5 cm
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About the designer

Lili Gayman is a french designer born in 1984. She currently lives and works in Paris. She designs objects, furnitures, spaces and patterns for different contexts and supports. Through her minimal and playful creations, Lili Gayman questions the ordinary with humor and poetry to create the unusual and surprise. Her objects have great freedom of use. Each of them is an experience to be discovered and requires time, a movement, an immersion, a gesture. Lili Gayman develops projects with french and foreign publishers as L’Atelier d’exercices, Ligne Roset, Roche Bobois. 

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