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Thomas Hoffmann / Tom's Drag: Thomas Hoffmann / Tom's Drag "Acrobat I"

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Thomas Hoffmann / Tom's Drag:
Thomas Hoffmann / Tom's Drag "Acrobat I"

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Artificial Marble | Handmade | Hand Painted | Format 21 x 49 x 11 cm (W/H/D)

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Thomas Hoffmann / Tom's Drag: Thomas Hoffmann / Tom's Drag "Acrobat I"

"Life prepares for us colorful but also bizarre experiences in all facets every day", says the artist Thomas (Tom) Hoffmann. Some of these facets are provided by the pop artist himself. His supremely colorful furniture objects and light sculptures surprise with their refined details. For example, the mirror unceremoniously receives the crown, so you can feel as a king or a princess every day. The chests get stylish feet - in the truest sense of the word! For those who have seen Tom's bouquet full of tulips lit in candlelight, it is no longer difficult to wait for spring. With the object of Tom's colorful fantasy world you will set strong splash of colour and also sovereign style statement. One piece is crazier than the other, but each one is a true eye-catcher and an absolute highlight in every apartment. Each object is made by hand in Marmorin, a polymer-bonded mixed marble, cast and elaborately painted by hand. As a result, we have cult objects with unique character that spread much individual charm and good mood. Hand painted Marmorin. Format 21 x 49 x 11 cm (W/H/D). Candlestick is delivered without a candle.

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“The life brings colorful, but also bizarre and many-sided experiences every day” mentions the artist Thomas A. (Tom) Hoffmann. The pop artist provides some of these sides as independent: his supremely colorful furniture objects and light sculptures surprise with details; he stylized cool urban types with his funny animal sculptures that are as they are - and do not care about trends and change of fashion. Tom designed them as smart colorful animal figures. It started with some home-made Christmas presents. Later the artist remembered them in his studio and started to create: "Weird", lovingly detailed furniture objects and sculptures, where he embodied his love for the Flower Power Generation. Meanwhile, there appeared a considerable collection of individual, witty, often also provocative objects from his eccentric "Drags". All of them have one thing in common: they break rigid everyday rules and radiate good mood.

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