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Yoko Honda

Palmingo Deckchair

CultureLabel Collection

£141.00 GBP

Limited Edition Deckchair

About

As featured in Vanity Fair and The Sunday Times last year, Yoko Honda's Limited Edition Deckchair Collections have already gathered a list of eager A-List fans.

This deckchair, with its lush green and blue neons and peeping pink flamingos, ignites an optimistic promise of an endless summer,  and gives a nod to legend Don Featherstone. Mr. Featherstone, a fine art sculptor, was the inventor of the pink plastic flamingo, that flagrant icon of suburban contentment and, in later years, postmodern irony.

For his work, Mr. Featherstone was awarded an Ig Nobel Prize, an annual satirical award honouring outré contributions, in 1996.

The artwork is exclusive to CultureLabel with only 50 ever being produced. 

 

Yoko Honda is one to watch. Growing up in Japan in the 80's her illustrations are ingeniously transferred from memory to print in a such a distinctive way that Honda's work is enjoyably mesmerising and has the power to instantly transport you back several decades.

Limited Edition 

This deckchair is a limited edition of 50

NB: The price of the edition increases as it sells out.

Exclusive to CultureLabel

People of Print magazine say: 'Yoko Honda .....is my new favourite illustrator, I am obsessed with Japanese artist Yoko Honda’s homages to all things 80′s. Through a combination of digital painting and print, she constructs scenes of resplendent kitsch, made up of palm trees, motels, neon signs and swimming pools, all inter-dispersed with structured lines, tiles or interior architecture. I particularly love her mountainous dreamscapes complete with multiple moons and UFOs, all in her signature colour palette’

Details

NB: The price of the edition increases as it sells out.

Our deckchairs are very hard wearing and durable - the frames are made with merpauh wood, treated with teak oil which provides excellent protection against the elements, extends the working life, and enhances the natural appearance.

The deckchair slings are made from very hard wearing sail cloth, and printed using state-of-the-art technology.

When flat the deckchair measures width 56cm, height 105.5cm, Depth 102.5cm, seat height 43cm.

*As made to order these deckchairs can take up to 12 work days to send out*

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