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Image / Editorial

Covet: The New Photo Collection by Paper Collective


by Kate Phelan
01st Oct 2015
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Want to bring a touch of Insta-glam into your interior? Now you can! Danish webshop Paper Collective will?introduce a’stylish?new?photo collection this autumn.

Up to now, Danish poster brand Paper Collective have focused on stocking achingly cool, limited-edition prints from graphic artists and illustrators. But this autumn they’re adding another string to their bow, branching out into photographic art.

Copyright Julie Pike. Picture Perfect: The New Photo Collection from Paper Collective | Image Interiors & Living
Those with a foot phobia look away now: this photo by Julie Pike is part of Paper Collective’s compelling new poster line.

With 17 works from four preposterously talented Nordic photographers, the photo collection consists of a diverse array of frame-worthy images. Ranging from moody to magnificent and printed on quality matte paper,?they’re a steal at €40-79.

For less than the cost of a decent hair-do, you could give a home to one of ?fashion photographer Julie Pike‘s evocative portraits. ?Or if you love the great outdoors, a print of an enigmatic nature shot by Enok Holsegaard???who has photographed many a stunning interior for companies like Gubi – may be more your speed.

Copyright Enok Holsegaard. Picture Perfect: The New Photo Collection from Paper Collective | Image Interiors & Living
The Standard restaurant in Copenhagen, photographed by Enok Holsegaard for Gubi

And for some added philanthropy with your d?cor, Paper Collective are changing the meaning of good design by linking each of their collections with a good cause. So, for any?purchase you make, a donation goes directly to a deserving charity.

Keep an eye on?Paper Collective?for more details.

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