Wall Art – A window for exciting new worlds.
The pieces in our DistrictLab collection are like spices in a dish. Without them, the functionality remains intact, but the experience is incomplete and everything feels sterile and soulless.
Our home is our castle. If we take our home design even a bit seriously, the mere thought of finding a great piece of art must be exhilirating. These are indeed stylish accessories that will undoubtedly give personality to our empty walls and reflect the owner’s interior design perspective.
Let’s see why!
Whether it’s in a vertical or horizontal arrangement, the size of the artwork is 140×90 cm and approximately 2.5 cm deep, making it prominently visible. With such a large surface, there’s more than enough room for being playful with hiding and occasionally hiding small details in the complex imagery of the creation. This is achieved through the use of different textures and layers of seemingly disparate materials. Thinking beyond a flat surface is essential; the possibility of creating multiple dimensions through layeres opens up the opportunity to craft a multidimensional visual experience. This is precisely what we aim for – offering new perspectives to the viewer that can surprise each time we gaze upon the picture.
The complexity of the creation process itself is evident. First step is the construction of the wooden frame for the artwork, followed by attaching a board. During the design phase, we begin with building a foundation to the narrative that becomes the backbone of the piece’s appearance. The graphics are printed onto canvas, prepared for the appliance and then stretched onto its support. In practice, we have already created a presence that might seem complete on its own, but we continue to shape it further. We add posters, articles, and other elements, weaving and shaping its story. After this layer has come together and dried, we apply decorative plaster to give it additional structure and add extra motifs. From this point on, the artwork will become tactile. We blend the materials together and enhance the colors with acrylic paint and special effect materials, deepening and elevating certain aspects.
By the end of the process, the completed artwork is not only visually striking, but three dimensional and robust in terms of its physical properties.