Santa & Cole announces a new art collaboration

Santa & Cole announces a new art collaboration
By Ekaterina Larsson

Santa  & Cole launched their new art collaboration in Sweden together with their representatives Dahl Agenturer. The collaboration is reproductions of classic original paintings in collaboration with the artists. The reproductions are of very high quality, which are identical in format to the original and open in number, thus multiplying the aesthetic experience without devaluing it in its reproduction. This is what they call Neoseries.

We love art and we are so excited to be able to offer a great choice of art, carefully chosen by our friends in Barcelona, Santa & Cole

says Linda Dahl who together with her brother Alexander runs Dahl Agenturer. They have been working with Santa & Cole and their lamps and furniture for 27 years and are their partner in Sweden and Finland.

Andrea Cole says:

These art reproductions are more affordable than the originals. But the price of the artwork rises as more people are purchasing the reproductions so a higher number of reproductions  sold will not dilute the price, on the contrary.

 

 Merienda de confinamiento Miriam Dema 170×105 cm

 

Clarorscuros Bea Sarrias 120×120 cm

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