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San Francisco, Paste SF
$85.00
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ARTIST Denise Fielder
DIMENSIONS 13" x 15"
FINISH white
FRAME DETAILS wood/glass
MADE OF print on 300-gsm fine-art paper
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL May 16 - May 21
RETURNS You may cancel your order within 24 hours of purchase. This item is returnable within 14 days of delivery. Restocking and return shipping fees may apply. See our Return Policy for details.
Paste SF is a creative venture of Denise Fielder. After discovering a trove of vintage books, Fiedler began crafting collages that transformed cut-out book pages into representational images--from stylish chairs to flower arrangements. The resulting designs are the perfect marriage of old-fashioned typography and cool, whimsical style. Each Paste SF piece is handmade and an original work of art. Fiedler’s accomplished career in design has included overseeing Marimekko designs for Crate & Barrel and launching her own textile-based fashion company.
Why we love this

Mixing elements of collage with playful line, this work is a vibrant homage to the City by the Bay. A reproduction of the original piece on fine-art paper, this print comes beautifully framed in white wood molding.

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