From the "Hana to Hanna" series, a collaborative project between two international artists, comes a high quality giclée print. Archival inks were to used to print on white Hahnemühle cotton paper.
Finnish artist Hanna Konola and Japanese artist Hana Akiyama collaborated on the joint project "Hana to Hanna" by exchanging pictures over email. This visual dialogue resulted in works that were featured in two exhibitions in Helsinki and Tokyo, a series of prints and a small book.
Made in Helsinki, Finland
10.69" x 7.19"
Hanna Konola is an illustrator, designer, and artist based in Helsinki, Finland, whose work enjoys popularity across the globe. Konola's projects span from prints, cards, wrapping paper, and textiles, and even an original children's book by Konola herself. Konola often works in collaboration with other designers and companies in both artistic and commercial endeavors, including with Herman Miller and Isetan department store in Japan. Konola was born in a small town in northern Finland, and studied at the Aalto University in Helsinki, Bergen National Academy of the Arts in Norway, and Tama Art University in Tokyo.