Logo Chair by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong
by Harry / February 12, 2013
The now well-known woodblock, hand printed patterns of Richard Woods have been applied to four multicoloured chairs for an exhibition at Galerie VIVID.


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Says Galerie VIVID, "the Logo chair is a functional piece of furniture, but also a statement about how art, design and craft come together."

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"These 'logos of reality' are created using traditional woodblock techniques and then applied to walls as a second skin covering interior floors, walls and recently an entire residential building in upstate New York."

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"In these instances, Woods's art expresses an extreme version of Englishness by taking over a space and saturating it with iconography."

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Logo Chair by Richard Woods and Sebastian Wrong is on display now at Galerie VIVID in Rotterdam until March 17, 2013.

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