Always a reliable source for on-trend affordable art, Hunting for George’s new collection continues in a similar trajectory. The varied range is comprised of a series of 24 new art prints encompassing painting, collage, illustration, and some original photography too.
“The energy of this collection is reflective of the environment in which it was created. Experimental and instinctive, we explored a range of mediums and techniques before refining these concepts on the computer. The creative process was incredibly refreshing. We allowed ourselves the freedom to step away and develop instinctively, and this unhurried approach creates a beautiful sense of calm in each piece,” says Hunting for George’s brand director Lucy Glade-Wright.
To coincide with the latest launch, the brand has also developed a range of custom made frames, designed to fit their entire collection, and anything else you may fancy. Australian made, these frames (available in black, white and natural timber finishes) also feature a clever multi-fit system that allows you to hang them in both portrait and landscape orientations. Personally, I am rather excited about this collection because it will mean fewer IKEA trips for me!
“We wanted to provide a complete offering to our customers and remove the additional (and often frustrating) step of finding a frame to fit your artwork. Now our customers can put their art prints straight on the wall with no lag time, and the multi-hang system we developed means that each frame is not limited in its orientation, allowing our customers more freedom in how they choose to use their frame in the future,” says Lucy.
Hunting for George has a lovely collection of ceramics, bed linen, furniture and leather accessories launching imminently too. But for now, here’s a sneak peak!