Studio Ninon is a Vancouver-based art studio founded by husband-wife team Dan and Ninon Yurkewich that creates and implements visual storytelling for global clients. By pairing form with function, we craft unique experiences that are reflective of our clients and their goals. With storytelling at the forefront every creation is made to balance great interior design with superior and meaningful art choices. Our studio’s intention is to foster an easy understanding and appreciation of the arts in everyday life. It is our goal is to create fine art prints that breathe life into each element and bring culture, beauty and sustainability into every space.
Our frames are made out of solid natural oak wood. They are proudly designed in Vancouver and manufactured using 100% FSC Certified wood. The crystal clear acrylic cover is optimized for a light, durable and high quality product with a 100% recycled acid-free backing that preserves the museum grade of your Giclée print. EROS+VESTA frames and poster hangers come with plastic/cellophane free packaging and 100% recycled boxes custom made to fit.
All Studio Ninon fine art prints are Giclée quality and made using premium 100% Cotton Rag paper regarded as the most sustainable form of paper on the planet. Giclée is a French term meaning “to spray”, this is the highest classification of premium art print production today due to the quality and longevity of the prints produced by this technique (museum grade). Our paper is also acid, lignin, chlorine, and OBA free. If you need a takeaway - we don’t use trees, reduce chemicals and still produce prints that are museum grade!
Ninon is the co-founder of Studio Ninon. She was born in France where she studied design and communication. Her characteristic French influence and idiosyncratic neutral colour palette are the heart of the studio. Her interest in art and design awoke at a young age finding art treasures in old bookstores and antiquity shops in France. After travelling the world and living in Japan and Australia she is now based in Vancouver. She interrogates her French cultural heritage to find inspiration and create timeless artwork to compliment modern interior. Her work reflects simplicity, sophistication and a minimalistic flow of soft lines.