Art print design by Irina Jida for Hôtel Magique.
"I've always found flowers to have great potential as symbols, particularly magical, mysterious ones.
A cactus flower seems the most incongruous one of all, a rose taken into extremes, and thus deeply intriguing.
For what can be more fascinating than the meeting of two opposites, the soft and gentle with the sharp and stinging?
In these prints, however, I chose, as in life, to overlook the sting and instead focus solely on the beautiful, the delicate, the pleasant. "
Irina Jida is a London-based illustrator, graphic designer, and self-diagnosed book addict.
Constantly creating, whether it's illustrations for books, print designs, or portraits, she uses a variety of techniques.
While sketches were made using inks, pencils, charcoal, and pastels, the final artwork was created start to finish digitally, using brushes that replicate the look and feel of traditional media.
Matt black aluminium, natural white aluminium, oak wood, or slightly darker mahogany wood.
Paper and print technique
Hôtel Magique art prints are printed in the Netherlands on 300 gsm FSC and PEFC-certified paper Biotop paper, and 310 gsm Giclée prints on fine art paper.
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