Modern Contemporary Design


Some poetic illustrations of cabins, halfway between realism and fantasy, by Cruschiform.

Details: 30 illustrations of cabins, the work of Marie-Laure Cruschi aka Cruschiform, will be on display from April 8, 2015 in an exhibition celebrating the artist’s work for the book ‘Cabins’ recently published by Taschen.


“Cabins offers a journey through the presentation of 60 different cabins created by architects all over the world.” say exhibition organizers Sergeant Paper and Parisian Agency Talkie Walkie.


“Cruschiform was invited to participate in the project, and offers 60 poetic illustrations, one for each cabin, halfway between realism and fantasy, with great sensibility that reminds us of the impressionists.”


“From dusk till dawn, from the warmth of summer to the softness of a winter morning, the cabin is celebrated, while nature is sublimed with compositions filled with colorful details of life.”


For the exhibition gallery Sergeant Paper has selected 30 illustrations from the book that will be released in limited edition art prints on fine art paper, numbered and signed by the artist.



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