Eva plant pot holder on base
– a tribute to Wiinblad’s cheerful line drawings
Bjørn Wiinblad’s artistic heyday is inextricably linked to the 1960s and 1970s, when a culmination of optimism, joie de vivre and love of colour found its ultimate expression, allowing beauty and innocence to flourish everywhere, and the aesthetics of the period are closely related to Wiinblad’s worldview. To maintain his gentle, romantic artistic universe, Wiinblad worked with archetypal figures that immediately created a good atmosphere. The women’s faces with the almond-shaped eyes and triangular noses are among the best known, and he revisited these with innumerable shapes and sizes.
Bjørn Wiinblad’s famous flowerpot is interpreted here as Eva, beautifully decorated on a base. Its delicate neck and the lovely motif of a woman’s face brings a touch of retro-coolness to your home. You can use the plant pot holder on base for anything from herbs to heather, white Christmas roses or trendy cacti to accentuate the 1970s nostalgia – which is super-popular in contemporary home interiors.