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THE ART FACULTY STATIONERY BOX (NAVY BLUE) - RIVER VIEW
Stationery box. River View by Jonathan Cai. This intricate illustration of a unique view of Singapore's skyline, shows Jonathan's signature line work. The blue lacquer treatment makes it even more distinguished, like fine bone China. Impressive as a gift too. Premium lacquerware box with hinge and removable partition in black velvet lining. Comes with a upholstered gift box. Dimension: L 17cm x W 23cm x H 3.5cm
USD 100.14
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THE ART FACULTY STATIONERY BOX (NAVY BLUE) - RIVER VIEW

SKU
202069
Product Weight
0.5 kg
Stationery box. River View by Jonathan Cai. This intricate illustration of a unique view of Singapore's skyline, shows Jonathan's signature line work. The blue lacquer treatment makes it even more distinguished, like fine bone China. Impressive as a gift too. Premium lacquerware box with hinge and removable partition in black velvet lining. Comes with a upholstered gift box. Dimension: L 17cm x W 23cm x H 3.5cm About Cai Fu'En Jonathan: Jonathan indulges in detailed still life and architectural line-art. From capturing the minute typographic branding on a pencil, to monumental towers of glass and steel, he takes them on with gumption. One of our young, emerging artists, Jonathan harnesses the power of repetition to drive his point across his art too. Take for example, his detailed drawing of countless smart phones repeated and composed in a heavy heap - it was a cheeky message to his mum: May I have a new mobile phone please?
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