Themis MobilePrice: $37.00
Design by Clara von Zweigbergk.
Themis Mobile is a delicate, geometric décor piece composed of five faceted ornaments, each with its own distinct palette of color: fluorescent neons, purples and browns. The stark contrast of the vibrantly colored planes creates a dramatic visual effect, yet as they slowly turn, suspended in the air by a delicate frame and thin wires, the effect is quietly striking, fragile, and ethereally beautiful.
Material(s): Paper, metal
Dimensions: 16" L X 16" W X 17" H
Designer: Clara von Zweigbergk
Born in Stockholm in 1970, Clara von Zweigbergk studied illustration and graphic design in Sweden, France and the USA. She culminated her studies at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, after which she worked as a graphic designer for several advertising agencies and designers in Stockholm. In 1997 she founded Rivieran Design Studio, with two partners, as a multi-disciplinary agency spawning many successful collaborations with fashion, illustration, architecture, furniture, product and graphic design. She has designed and illustrated several books, among them "A Collection of Tickets" by Carouschka which has become a cult item in Japan. After four years as a graphic designer at Lissoni Associati in Milano, with clients such as Boffi, Porro and Alessi, she has now re-started her studio in Stockholm.View other products by Clara von Zweigbergk
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