guido crepax valentina furniture

posted by the scholar on September 8th, 2007
filed under: art, artists, design, home accessories, illustration, wood

italian graphic artist guido crepax had sweeping influence over the european comic art community, and even though he passed away in 2003, his memory continues to be honored in the form of these fantastic furniture pieces. the collection features valentina, his most famous 1960’s heroine in a comic series, physically modeled after silent film star louise brooks.




the furniture collection is crafted from polished mdf and aluminum, and sealed with lacquer. although the pieces are linear and orderly, they’re more relaxed too, due to guido’s signature breezy, dreamy eroticism. he also tucked homages to his modern art contemporaries into his work, including rene magritte, man ray and roy lichtenstein.

furniture available at moss.

via blue ant studio

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4 Responses to “guido crepax valentina furniture”

  1. technabob Says:

    Wow, those are really cool. I wish I had a place for one of those.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi bob,

    i think if you put a television into the largest cabinet it would be in keeping with the whole pop theme! would that work?

    thanks for the comment!

  3. sosser Says:

    oh, i love these! a television… or art supplies would be excellent stored inside.

  4. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    ooh — art supplies woule be perfect — good call!

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