wood-objects

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  1. Henrique Oliveira - Installation, 2013
  2. Keith Haring - Tree of Life, 1985
  3. Gustav Klimt - Birch Grove I, 1902
  4. James Rosenquist - Forest Ranger, 1967
  5. Frank Rosenzweig - Birch Wood, 2014
  6. Roy Lichtenstein - Bonsai Tree, 1993
  7. Zander Olsen - Untitled, 2008
  8. Andrew Wyeth - Sycamore, 1982
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Things that inspire us: 

4+1 Shelf by Studio Mark Braun

“4+1 are shelf units with a useful +1 element. This wall makes the difference, as it combines many advantages: it guarantees the stability, it serves as a bookend, it can be a background for a special book or magazine to be displayed and last but not least it can be a hiding place for private objects.

If several 4+1 Shelf Units are stacked on top of each other, they create an ensemble which celebrates the beauty of various types of wood. Besides the aesthetic aspect, the four different colors and textures also provide a visual structure to your library.”

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[Pablo Picasso. Bull. Cannes, c. 1958. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Estate of Pablo Picasso/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]