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Illusion Tea Towel Burgundy

18.00USD
Specifications
Maintenance
Materials:
100 % Cotton
Size & Weight:
H: 75 x L: 50 cm
0,091 kg
Product Information:
Jacquard woven pure cotton. The pattern i inverted on the back.
Maintenance:
Wash before use. Wash with similar colors at 60˚C.
About

Illusion Tea Towel

Illusion is a range of woven tea towels with graphical motifs, inspired by optical illusions. In their design, the Danish designer Anne Lehmann has experimented with geometric shapes and the contrast between the front and back. Elements that are often found on classic tea towels have been re-interpreted in order to create an up-to-date and fashionable look.
The Illusion family consists of five motifs, all built on broken shapes. This creates surprising patterns, each with their own expression that tricks the eye in different ways. The graphic design is based on geometric shapes and lines, such as grids, pixels, circles, rectangles and checks. Anne Lehmann tells us: "The idea for the tea towels came from a desire to use weaving techniques to create new patterns. I wanted to add an extra dimension to the design by creating attractive graphical patterns that add a new dynamic to a product that is often quite plain. This weaving is perfect for that purpose because it lets you achieve a different expression on the reverse side, even though the pattern is the same." Illusion is made from 100% thick and hard-wearing cotton. Each of the five motifs comes in two inviting color versions, and as the colors are reversed on the back, it is easy to change the appearance of the tea towel, depending which side faces outward. Design: Anne Lehmann
Designer

Anne Lehmann

Anne Lehmann has a Master's degree in design from KADK, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. She is previously educated within the fashion industry as a Design Technologist, holding a degree in design and branding from KEA in 2007.After a period of working as an independent freelancer within the design and fashion scene, she became employed at Normann Copenhagen as Graphic & Product designer. Here she designs new products and is responsible for the graphic and visual identity of the company. One can always find a strong, graphical element in her designs."My approach to design is very clear: I design to bring beauty and ease into people's lives. Form and functionality are always intertwined as key elements in my creative process. It is my desire to provide people with the pleasure of beauty and the simplicity of use. Design must give meaning and possess value to be relevant. I want my designs to give people joy."