Poster with face motif and red hands
The Hamsa Hands Poster of Paper Collective plays with the abstract and the spiritual, with two red hands dangling from the top and bottom of the picture. In the middle two eyes meet, which are connected to create a face from two separate worlds.
Whether in the hallway, dining room or on a chest of drawers in the living room - the Hamsa Hands Poster serves as an engaging eye-catcher that stimulates contemplation.
The artist Anna Mörner brings her mixture of classicism and bold expression to a series of hand-painted works. Her unique approach to colour and line is evident in her works, which range from figurative to more abstract forms. She has worked with companies such as Frama and Marrimekko.
Partial proceeds for the good cause in Nepal
Paper Collective always donates a part of the proceeds to a charitable cause. In the case of the Hamsa Hands Posters, the money goes to an organization that is working to build a school in Nepal.
Also with regard to production, the company pays attention Paper Collective to environmentally friendly conditions, so that all posters were awarded the Nordic eco-label Swan, comparable to the Blue Angel in Germany. The poster is made of 200 g uncoated paper. It is natural and certified with the FSC® seal.
The poster is available in different sizes.