The drawings of Ronan Bouroullec exemplify the practice of 'intuitive drawing', derived from Surrealism's literary roots and its écriture automatique.
Drawing 7, in collaboration with the Wrong Shop, is a poster printed lithograph on 250gsm Fedrigoni Splendorlux paper, with embossed text.
This abstarct drawing will give your space a contemporary touch. Hang it together with the other two drawings from the same collection for a bigger impact.
The print is available framed or unframed.
The framing work from the Wrong Shop is impeccable, giving each piece a luxurious look.
The frames are made from Ayous wood with a smooth matt-white gesso finish – fitted with UV Plexiglas for lasting vibrance. The Wrong Shop undertake the framing of all their prints, ensuring prints are fitted and packed to the highest standard.
SIZE: 675 × 675 mm
SIZE with frame: 695 × 695 × 23 mm
MATERIAL: 250gsm Fedrigoni Splendorlux paper
FRAME MATERIAL: Ayous wood with a smooth matt-white gesso finish – fitted with UV Plexiglas.
Ronan Bouroullec is mostly know for his design work created togther with his brother Erwan. Their work ranges from small utilitarian objects to furinture design and architectural projects.
Ronan Bouroullec's drawings follow the idea of so-called intuitive drawing. This technique allows him to develop new imagery and reach the subconscious layers of the mind. Intuitive drawing is derived from Surrealism's literary roots and its écriture automatique, which requires consciousness to be completely shut down while writing a text. This literary form in turn influenced the tenor of many works by Surrealist artists and is often reflected in meandering and dissolving forms.