|2,8m x 23,5m
WEST OF JAVA depicts an enveloping Eden of lush nature. A setting of rare refinement that gives interiors a sumptuous effect. The richness and polychromy of the design is the result of both the European textile tradition of papiers peints and the savvy use of digital printing technology. This design revamps the ancient method of trompe l'oeil with a contemporary technical and stylistic twist. Tempera, stamps, airbrush and stencil are some of the techniques used for the realization of this artwork on a large scale.
ARTISTS FROM BRERA ACADEMY
The decorative themes stem from the combined intuitions and skills of KOHRO’s style team, comprised of young artists trained at Brera Academy of Belle Arti. Grisaille, tempera, stamps, airbrush, stencil and trompe l’oeil are some of the techniques used for these works of art that combine the artistic and textile tradition of European papier peint and tapestry to contemporary technology.