In our creative process we are both interested in the imperfection of coincidence.

Workingbert’s Ready to Wall series take digital printing a step further, enhancing colour shades and lines from handmade sketches and found visual material to achieve a great tactility of the printed surface.

The lines in PaulSalet’s chairs , tables and console work together well with the three dimensional printed illusion of Workingbert’s Ready to Wall series. The chairs and tables are uniquely sculptured pieces which found their freedom out of exciting furniture, all in solid wood like oak, pear or elm.

We will present for the first time product's in which our both crafts will be shown.

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Locatie

Piet Hein Eek
Halvemaanstraat 30
5651BP Eindhoven

Map No. 1


Strijp Area

Toegankelijk voor mindervaliden, Toiletten, Ook na 18.00 uur open, Kidsproof

Openingstijden

za 21 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
zo 22 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
ma 23 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
di 24 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
wo 25 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
do 26 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
vr 27 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
za 28 okt. 10:00 - 21:00
zo 29 okt. 10:00 - 18:00

Colofon

Curator: Paul Salet, Bert Timmermans
Tentoonstellingsontwerp: Paul Salet, Bert Timmermans
Grafische vormgeving: Bert Timmermans
Teksten: Paul Salet, Bert Timmermans
Fotografie: Hugo Rompa, Dick Kikstra ,Bert Timmermans
Dank aan: Tuft atelier Fabrikaat, Salet en Salet

Organized by Workingbert, Paul Salet

As print designer for fashion- and interior fabrics Workingbert (1969) worked for different worldwide clients. Digital printing design being one of his specialities. Avoiding the photografic cliches but searching for the tactility of the printed surface to create textile feels in interiors. Workingbert designs also unique wall-covering applications in which the printed background varies from cork to hand made paper . He creates with the Ready to Wall series an opportunity to make unique choices of wallpaper that make it possible to personalize already-designed wallpaper.

As a free artist Paul Salet (1956) is working all his life with used materials, wood and found objects In 2015 he started a series of chairs, named Enough Chairs. An existing chair serves as a starting point to liberate a chair within by carving and sculpturing within the boundaries of the original. The result is a light, but functional and strong piece of furniture, once again in touch with its origin, the forest. In 2017 he designed new furniture. the Sculpture Furniture Style is now applied to dining tables, sidetables, consoles and twoseaters. These are mostly produced in the factory, started in 1917 by his grandfather.All these products are sold in designshops like The Frozen Fountain in Amsterdam.

E-mail: info@workingbert.nl
Website: https://www.workingbert.nl/ddw17.html
Telefoon: 0641314495