• Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' -  A hand printed wallpaper
  • Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' -  A hand printed wallpaper
  • Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' -  A hand printed wallpaper
Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' -  A hand printed wallpaper
Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' -  A hand printed wallpaper
Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' -  A hand printed wallpaper

NAT MAKS

Suminagashi 'Klimt in blue' - A hand printed wallpaper

Regular price

Regular price £180.00

The 'Klimt in blue' wallpaper is hand printed by way of the traditional Japanese Art of Suminagashi, meaning ‘ink floating’.

Each piece is unique. There are no pattern repeats - we create individual panels of 'paintings'.

The process of Suminagashi involves inks being placed on the water surface, which then begin to expand on the water. They are only encouraged to move by air, nothing else disturbs the surface. The colours move in an organic way - when a dynamic pattern has been shaped, Natascha makes a print by placing and moving the paper on the water.

White background printed in colours of prussian blue, turquoise, sienna brown, orange and textures of gold.

The inks used are artists inks, non toxic and oil based.

Each piece is signed and numbered by the Artist.

We recommend buying a sample before ordering, due to the handmade nature of this wallpaper.

Nat Maks will be closed until 29th August, all orders will be shipped out after the 30th August.

About NAT MAKS

NAT MAKS is Natascha Maksimovic a designer, artist and wallpaper maker based in Margate, Kent. Natascha is currently working in the time-honoured art form of ‘Suminagashi’ marbling; creating innovative wall art pieces by fusing traditional techniques with contemporary and expressive colour palettes.

Made in

England

Material

FSC certified non-woven wallpaper

Lead time

Made to order and non-returnable. Dispatched 2-4 weeks from purchase

Notes

Each wallpaper panel is carefully printed by hand, making each one entirely unique. The patterns will differ from the photographs, this process of marbling is intrinsically organic as shapes are created on the water surface

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