Cushion · Herringbone Edition · Artwork by Asger Jorn · Colour 6 | EYEDS
Cushion · Herringbone Edition · Artwork by Asger Jorn · Colour 6
Cushion · Herringbone Edition · Artwork by Asger Jorn · Colour 6
Cushion · Herringbone Edition · Artwork by Asger Jorn · Colour 6
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Cushion · Herringbone Edition · Artwork by Asger Jorn · Colour 6

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Herringbone Edition
Burnt Rust fabric with Concrete artwork

Size: 50cm x 50cm
Quality: Jacquard 
Composition: 80%Cotton · 20%Wool 
Weight: Approx. 386 g/m2
Fabrics: Made in England.
Products: Handmade in Denmark
Filling: Handmade in Denmark
Mixture of European duck feathers & down,
90% feathers & 10% down. 60% new duck feathers & 40% recycled duck feathers.
Made-to-order · 1 to 2 weeks production. 
If we have product on stock · order will be shipped within 24 hours.
THE ARTWORKMACBETH
The drawing Macbeth is characteristic in so far as myriads of figures spread across the whole picture plane. The drawing was probably intended as a sketch for a painting & was executed during a stay on the North Sea coast at Nr. Lyngby during the summer of 1942 where Asger Jorn had rented a small fisherman’s cottage together with his artist colleague Ejler Bille. The motif expresses spontaneity, playfulness, experiment, all of which are significant themes in the works of Asger Jorn.
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“Art & handwriting are the same. An image is written & handwriting is images. There is handwriting, a graphic element, in every image just as there is an image in every piece of handwriting. The border between art & handwriting is blurred in origin. 
Everything is a symbol of something.”
“The Prophetic Harps,” 1944 
Quote by Asger Jorn (1914·1973)