Ronan Bouroullec’s drawings follow the idea of so-called intuitive drawing. This technique allows him to develop new imagery and reach the subconscious layers of the mind. Intuitive drawing is derived from Surrealism’s literary roots and its écriture automatique, which requires consciousness to be completely shut down while writing a text. This literary form in turn influenced the tenor of many works by Surrealist artists and is often reflected in meandering and dissolving forms.
Materials: Poster (matte print on glossy paper)
- Packaging with printed motif
Dimensions: W675 x D675mm
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