Art + Design

New Elisabeth Dunker poster.

I really really love Elisabeth Dunker‘s work! Her Tree poster hangs in my front hall, and now she is offering a new one for sale, Krakatoa.

From the description at Little Red Stuga:

Krakatoa is a flirt with the colour palette and graphical forms from the 50’s, a mish-mash of inspirations of Hokusai, HC Andersen and Tove Jansson, created with the help of scissors, pen and vector graphics.

Krakatoa is a volcano between Sumatra and Java, mostly famous for it’s violent outbreak in 1883. You could hear the sound from the ends of the world and the tsunami that followed reached a height of 40 metres. The amount of dust in the atmosphere was so intense that the earth’s temperature dropped the following 5 years.

Enough said, really! Have a look at some of Elisabeth’s other work at and at her blog, Fine Little Day. She’s such an inspiration.

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  • Reply Laura January 7, 2008 at 9:18 pm

    I love that poster and, from all I’ve seen of your home, it is so you! Thanks for sharing all your fantastic finds and your lovely taste.

  • Reply zee January 8, 2008 at 6:00 am

    I cannot WAIT to get my hands on that poster!

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