Artist: Ninon Richir Yurkewich
Edition: Permanent Collection
Medium: Giclée Fine Art Print, Museum Grade
Production: Each piece is handmade to order
Technique: Mixed Media
Paper: Archival Cotton Paper 300g/m2
Authenticity: Certificate signed & numbered by the artist
Sold framed or unframed
ABOUT THE WORK
Our permanent fine art print collection blurs the lines between art, design and modern interiors. Every piece is handmade to order, signed by the artist and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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“Teintes d’Aube” will bring a burst of earthy color and life to any room. The bold and vibrant hues of this print are sure to grab your attention and add depth and texture to your space, creating a dynamic and engaging atmosphere.
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 interiors. Her work reflects simplicity, sophistication and a minimalistic flow of soft lines.
All Studio Ninon fine art prints are Giclée (Zhee-clay) quality and made using premium 100% Cotton Rag paper that is acid, lignin, chlorine, and OBA free. Cotton rag has long been regarded as the most sustainable form of paper on the planet, not only due to the fact that it contains no alpha-cellulose (tree) fibres whatsoever, but that the cotton seeds used to make the paper are themselves byproducts of the textile industry (aka recycled)! We then take things another step further by using an uncoated paper surface with no OBA (Optical Brightening Agents)…if you need a takeaway, our prints are made without trees and unnecessary chemicals. Giclée is a French term meaning “to spray” (referring to the printer nozzle), but what makes it so important? Fundamentally, 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). In order to be coined ‘Giclée,’ an art print must exhibit the following key characteristics: Image Resolution ≥ 300 DPI – Pigment Based Ink – Archival Paper – Professional Inkjet Printer
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Our Green Packaging Line Up
Plant Based Sleeve: Our smaller prints are shipped with a rigid (100% post-consumer waste) backing. Everything is held together and protected by a clear and innovative plant-based sleeve that is compostable!
Stickers: Our stickers are made using soy based ink and a non-toxic adhesive on FSC Certified material. They are acid, lignin, sulphur free and as a result both recyclable and compostable.
Tissue Paper: In addition to being a work of art itself, our tissue paper is made of FSC Certified material and printed with soy based ink. It is acid, lignin, sulphur free and 100% recyclable.
Eco Tape: Our water activated packaging tape is made of 100% recycled FSC certified material and utilizes a non-toxic adhesive. The tape is fully recyclable, biodegradable, and even compostable!
The Plastic Free
Packaging: All Studio Ninon packaging is plastic free and made from 100% recycled material. Regardless of what size of print, frame or hanger you order the packaging, it arrives in is sustainable.
Eco-Wrap: Our commitment to a plastic-free product continues with our protective wrap. This 100% recycled kraft is acid-free, recyclable, reusable & will protect your art on its way to your home.
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