Born in 1980, and graduate of the ENSCI Les Ateliers in 2006, Benjamin Graindorge is one of the faces of French design. In 2011, after an artistic residency at the Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto, his first solo exhibition was organized at the Ymer&Malta gallery in Paris, where he displayed five works based on the theme of dreams. In 2012, he was voted Young Designer of the Year at the Elle Décor International Design Awards. In 2014, he worked with WallpaperLab to create a wallpaper titled Blanc sur blanc. His trip to Japan was a revelation for him, exploring and discovering how modernity passes through the use and mastery of craftsmanship and artisanal techniques. With regard to Pierre Frey’s designs from 1960 to 1979, the artist created a wallpaper that explores questions of visual perception via the pixel as a unit. In this work he rejoins the spirit of early 1970s Op Art.
Artistic passion is at the heart of Pierre Frey's DNA, making the GALERIE collection a natural choice. Mixing the Maison Pierre Frey's creativity and several artist commissions, this collection, which is composed of panoramics that can be joined together infinitely, is varied, bold and limitless.
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