I first took note of Krough's work on My Scandinavian Home, although at the time I had no idea who the artist was behind this print showing interlocking wheels of material and texture.
|Stylist: Johanna Pilfalk. Photographer Sara Landstedt via My Scandinavian Home.|
|via Kristina Krough Studio|
|via Kristina Krough Studio.|
I had to cut my circles into slices, then I configured them on the white paper, I tried to alternate more neutral colored materials with materials that had more vibrant colors (mostly in the blue-green family), then I used Francie's Elmer's Glue Stick to adhere my shapes to the paper.
Black, White and Wood look with pops of vibrant color, I think this art helps play up that vision.
I'm drawn to Krough's work because it has a very Mid-Century vibe, she uses simple shapes that let the material's texture and pattern take center stage. Of ocourse, she is Danish and who did Mid-Century better than the Danes?!