PanelPanel, a young Russian company, has launched 3D wall art panels on the market. The authors say that when creating the project, they were inspired by the aesthetics of the era of modernism and the art of the 20th century.
Such panels can be used both for residential and public premises - first of all, if you want to create a warm "lamp" atmosphere or "set the rhythm" to the interior. The products will be of interest to fans of the series "Mad Men" ("Mad Men") to bring a retro polish to the home. Any panel from the collection can be used as a separate decorative element or combined with others to create epic three-dimensional panels.
The creator of the brand and the author of the concept is Alexander Malakhov, a person with a professional art education. It was he who came up with the idea to combine the "ideas of beauty" that existed in the field of design in the middle of the last century, and the principles of contemporary art. “The idea was inspired by wood panels from the 60s,” explains Alexander Malakhov. - Since childhood, I have been attracted by the large-scale textures of modernist architecture. I began to study deeper artistic directions such as Bauhaus, modernism, constructivism, geometric abstraction, op art. This is a whole world for my inspiration."
In total, PanelPanel currently presents three lines, each of the collections conveys the ideas of the work of one of the world famous artists: Joseph Albers, Lyubov Popova or Frank Stella.
The material for the production of art panels is a moisture-resistant plywood made of birch of the 1st grade (now it appears on the market under the name plywood). The thickness of one panel is 18 mm. The drawing is cut out according to the author's patterns on a Japanese-made high-precision CNC machine, and then manually processed with Sayerlack fire and decorative coatings.