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Erwan Bouroullec

Risk Knit – Large Yellow

$1,850.00 $1,850.00

Risk Knit is a collection of wall hangings by Erwan Bouroullec. The knits are produced in collaboration with Kvadrat Febrik, exclusively for Wrong Shop. Knitted in pure wool, it has a distinctly tactile individuality. By looping a limited number of tones, he creates a three-dimensionality that is both sturdy and flexible.

Erwan has designed minimal oak brackets, to mount the knits on the wall. For each sold, you will be provided a signed and numbered certificate of provenance from Erwan Bouroullec.

Artist information
Product details

‘RKWH 01’, 2022 
Light blue, yellow, beige 
Produced in an edition of 100 units

Size: 155(L) x 130cm(W), measured flat, before hanging, without tension
Weight: approx. 1410g
Dimensional changes in the artwork cannot be controlled, and are desired as part of the concept. Its construction in natural material produces subtle variations, while temperature and humidity influence the woollen medium. The fabric will lengthen after hanging, due to the structural pattern and weight.

Framing details
We design and manufacture our own solid wood and aluminium frames.

Dibond: poster mounted on aluminium composite panel.

Oak Tray Frame: poster mounted on aluminium panel in solid oak frame with raised edge.

Oak Frame: solid oak frame with natural finish and acrylic glazing.

Black and White Frame: solid obeche frame with painted finish and acrylic glazing.

Learn more about our frame range here.
Please note that if not in stock, all Dibond, Oak Tray Frame and Oak Frame posters are made-to-order and can take up to 2-4 weeks.

UK DELIVERY: FREE on all orders over £50 (2-3 days)

EUROPE: Standard (10-14 days) or Express (3-5 days)

US & CANADA: Standard (10-14 days) or Express (3-5 days)

ROW: Express (3-5 days)

Read more about delivery and shipping here.

“I have been always fascinated by maps. Somehow you could read them as some of the first abstract pictures. It’s interesting to see their evolution.” – Erwan Bouroullec

Artist and designer Ronan Bouroullec is a powerhouse of design. Notable for his architectural interventions, experimental objects and colourful abstract forms. His work is held in coveted permanent collections and he has collaborated with iconic brands such as Vitra, Hay, Flos, and Kvadrat.
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