Anne Nowak x THE POSTER CLUB
Anne Nowak has created two new art prints exclusively for THE POSTER CLUB. The two art prints are both from the flower print series Dead People’s Dead Flowers, which Nowak exhibited at The Spring Break Art Show in New York, during Amory Week 2015. In collaboration with THE POSTER CLUB, two of these unique art works have been transformed into two limited edition art prints.
"Over the course of a year Nowak has collected withered flowers from graveyards and pressed them. Using the photographic process known as 'blueprint', she has made negative prints of flowers and artistically processed the outcome. Her work has brought life into dead people’s dead flowers and by doing so Nowak casts a both abstract and concrete light on the condition of absence”.
Anne Nowak’s aesthetics reflects a fascination towards the outer hemisphere. In a poetical manner, she creates magnetic works which invite the viewer on a mystical journey into micro universes of suns, moons and planets. The print series Dead People’s Dead Flowers resemble the atmospheric poetics of Nowak’s style. Floating around in outer space or under the surface of an endless ocean, the two prints portrait the flowers in a glorious moment of their journey towards decay.
The two new art prints are made in a limited edition of 350 individual prints. Each print measures 50x70 cm and is printed on Fuego Matt White 200 gsm paper. The retail price is €90. The prints are available worldwide via theposterclub.com and can also be acquired here.
About THE POSTER CLUB
THE POSTER CLUB is a copenhagen-based online store with an exclusive and handpicked selection of design posters and art prints from various artists, designers, photographers and other creatives.
The photos are styled by talented interior stylist and designer Nathalie Schwer (http://cargocollective.com/nathalieschwer) who is a regular contributor to both Cereal Magazine and Kinfolk. Her creative and eclectic aesthetics infuse her way of styling and this is reflected in the photos, which have been shot in her beautiful home in Copenhagen. Photography by Christian Høyer (www.christianhoyer.dk).