AFour - Paperwall Series

Random papers turned into regulated photographic prints and patterns

Buying the complete A4 paper section of a bankrupt stationery store gave Voorn the content for his new series: creating cheerful prints out of misery. Photographic images of these papers are the base of playful patterns in typical Voorn style: subtly twisting reality and winking to daily life.

Part of the AFour series is a showcase of experiments with paper layers and paperThe text text text

For the AFour series Thomas Voorn professionally plays with print/colour combinations on the border of dose/overdose, leaving things real and random with a handmade feel versus slick and polished. By doing so he defines what is fresh at this moment in time..

In the AFour series he merges his love for colors and prints, and his fascination for the aesthetic border between dose and overdose in design. Following the inspiration of his photographic floral prints in 'Herbarium' and his use of color in 'Garment Graffiti’.

A few examples are shown here. All designs are shown in low resolution note that all designs are ??