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Nat Maks

Nat Maks is Natascha Maksimovic, a German designer & illustrator. Artisanal and truly wonderous wall panels are created using the ancient Japanese technique of ‘Suminagashi’. Each panel is fascinating and unique, each an artwork in its own right.
Nat Maks is Natascha Maksimovic, a German designer & illustrator. Artisanal and truly wonderous wall panels are created using the ancient Japanese technique of ‘Suminagashi’. Each panel is fascinating and unique, each an artwork in its own right.

Originating in the 12th Century ‘Suminagashi’, (墨流し), or ‘floating ink’, is a marbling technique that most likely originated in China over 2000 years ago. Inks are carefully floated on water and air is blown across with a bamboo straw. Today acrylics are used to explore colour, movement and the concept of pattern. Artistic talent is combined with a knowledge of fluid mechanics.

Panels from the same batch can be placed next to each other, or used individually but there is no pattern repeat. Each mural therefore has its imperfections; the colour overlaps, there are clear water markings and gaps within these patterns.

Use as a hanging banner or as wallpaper glued to the wall.
Nat Maks is Natascha Maksimovic, a German designer & illustrator. Artisanal and truly wonderous wall panels are created using the ancient Japanese technique of ‘Suminagashi’. Each panel is fascinating and unique, each an artwork in its own right.

Originating in the 12th Century ‘Suminagashi’, (墨流し), or ‘floating ink’, is a marbling technique that most likely originated in China over 2000 years ago. Inks are carefully floated on water and air is blown across with a bamboo straw. Today acrylics are used to explore colour, movement and the concept of pattern. Artistic talent is combined with a knowledge of fluid mechanics.

Panels from the same batch can be placed next to each other, or used individually but there is no pattern repeat. Each mural therefore has its imperfections; the colour overlaps, there are clear water markings and gaps within these patterns.

Use as a hanging banner or as wallpaper glued to the wall.

Panels are 2.8m long by 56cm wide and printed on thick paper.  Wider panels are available. Each piece is signed by the artist.  You can discover more about this designer here http://www.natmaks.com/

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