Like so many fantastic discoveries, my finding of Dela Flamant was a complete accident. However, I knew I loved this art as soon as I laid eyes on it! The intense repetition of the lines of rain in the above piece is mesmerizing.
The shop owner write this about the inspiration for their art:
“I am inspired by avant – garde 1960’s graphic design, in particular Swiss, Dutch and Bauhaus design work as well as antique images and fine art including paintings and drawings.”
The sailboat and lighthouse print above would be welcome in my son’s bedroom any day. I’m sure he would love to fall asleep dreaming of sailing the sea. I love how the artist celebrates the hand drawn aspect in this print.
This last piece of art has a thick industrial feel. It’s strong without being too overbearing. I can see this hanging in a home with modern decor. Actually, it would like nice anywhere!
The artist states that all posters are printed using soy based ink. I am unfamiliar with this type of printing ink but definitely inspired to learn more about it. When I discover an artist I’m always interested in their process, supplies they use and their inspiration. It’s clear to me that the art at Dela Flamant embraces the creative process and creates outstanding end products!