More items and all varieties can be found on the page IXXI - Graphic Collection
The Where is the Sun Poster of IXXI convinces with soft colours and feminine motives. The motif was designed by Célia Amroune and Aline Kpade, the artistic duo Sacrée Frangine from Paris. The motif shows a woman holding her hand in front of her face to protect herself from the sun. With its minimalist forms and lines, it almost looks like a still life. The designer duo combines female beauty with everyday things. This is how the IXXI both modern and warm on every wall.
The graphic collection of IXXI includes prints, illustrations, graphic patterns and the pixel versions of the Dutch manufacturer of innovative wall decorations. The wallpapers from IXXI replace the classic wallpaper. The motifs range from historical tapestries to modern photos.
The motif is printed on square cards made of synthetic Synaps paper. It convinces by its water-repellent, tear-proof and UV-resistant properties. The cards are connected to the connectors and then attached to the wall with the supplied hanging strips and Tesa Powerstrips, directly, without tools or tiresome drilling. The cards can be easily exchanged or added to.
The Where is the Sun Wall decoration is available in different sizes.
|Questions about the product?||Contact us!|
|Details||20 cards (20 x 20 cm), incl. connectors, hanging strips, Tesa Powerstrips and instructions; cards are numbered|
|Dimensions||Height: 100 cm, Length: 80 cm|
|Weight||700 g (without packaging)|