Poster with mysterious black silhouette
The Crow Poster of Paper Collective shows a single silhouette draped in black. Wrapped in a mystery, only the upper part of the head and a single hand remain free. This bold figure is drawn with the artist Amelie Hegardt's unmistakable sense for the organic and the obscure. In the bedroom, living room, but also in the hallway, this motif provides for interested glances and a mysterious flair.
Hegardt moves with her works of art between explicit emotion and style. Her contextual interest focuses on the ideas and ideals surrounding the theme of power and seduction. It is about how we use beauty, where we find it and what we sacrifice to achieve it.
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 The Crow 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.