ZBC House, Arashi 1
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ZBC House, Arashi 1

$795.00
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Est. Arrival: Oct 26 - Nov 05

Full of rich, expressive color, this shibori-inspired work is printed on canvas and displayed in a deep maple frame. Arrives ready to hang.

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Dimensions: frame size, 21"L x 21"W x 2"D; image size, 20"L x 20"W
Finish: frame, natural
Frame Details: maple
Made Of: giclée print on canvas
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77403182
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Oct 26 - Nov 05
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Zoe Bios Creative's objects and art give interiors the feeling of far-flung travel and lived-in elegance. A new model of a design house, the Silver Lake, CA-based company brings ideas for the entire interior, from art to books, even coining the term "ArtEntouré" to describe its method of "full-circle curation within an environment." Its founders have the right pedigree: Minh Nguyen was the managing director of Natural Curiosities, and Caitlin Dinkins was the creative director of Stila Cosmetics (and her illustrations have appeared everywhere from the Victoria and Albert Museum to "Vogue"). Together they create and assemble objects that have provenance and patina, and they represent artists whose works are uniquely beautiful.
About the Brand
Zoe Bios Creative's objects and art give interiors the feeling of far-flung travel and lived-in elegance. A new model of a design house, the Silver Lake, CA-based company brings ideas for the entire interior, from art to books, even coining the term "ArtEntouré" to describe its method of "full-circle curation within an environment." Its founders have the right pedigree: Minh Nguyen was the managing director of Natural Curiosities, and Caitlin Dinkins was the creative director of Stila Cosmetics (and her illustrations have appeared everywhere from the Victoria and Albert Museum to "Vogue"). Together they create and assemble objects that have provenance and patina, and they represent artists whose works are uniquely beautiful.