Glass artist Ludvig Lofgren has long been impressed by the artistry of tattoos, and in his new series, Tattoo, he has developed a completely new painting technique using environment friendly paints in a powerfully expressive pattern. Rich in detail, transparent and rock 'n roll romantic.
Gloriously girly in reds and pinks, these small sculptures make lovely decorative objects to add a splash of color to any display space or to grace a dressing table. Featuring Kosta Boda renowned designed Asa Jungnelius.(27 sec.)
Product description:Glass artist Ludwig Lofgren has long been impressed by the artistry of tattoos, and in his new series, Tattoo, he has developed a completely new painting technique using environment friendly paints in a powerfully expressive pattern. Rich in detail, transparent and rock 'n roll romantic.
Crystal Classics is the largest independent retailer of Kosta Boda in the U.S.
With characteristic craftsmanship and good design, and an ongoing commitment to avant-garde expression, Kosta Boda has become one of the leading glasshouses in the world. The company's three glassworks in the villages of Kosta, Boda and Åfors each have exciting individual stories of their own, yet stand together under the common brand name Kosta Boda.
Eight designers are currently on retainer at Kosta Boda. They work with both utilitarian and art glass. The designers are Olle Brozén, Anna Ehrner, Kjell Engman, Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, Bertil Vallien, Ludvig Lofgren, Asa Jungnelius and Göran Wärff. Glass results from a great many meetings between people, artists, crafts people and lovers of glass.
The artists of Kosta Boda have a decisive role to play in all the creative stages of the process. The cooperation between the designers and the skilled craftspeople is very close; indeed, it is essential if the designers are to transfer their intentions to the glass.