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Stellavie Design Manufaktur

Design | September 17, 2013 |

The Southern Sky by Stellavie Design Manufaktur

Stellavie Design Manufaktur

Stellavie is an independent and creatively led, multidisciplinary design studio and manufacturer from Hamburg, Germany working in the creative field for clients both national and international, the studio is focusing on paper and paper products, print-production, graphic-design and typography. The creative duo behind the studio, Steffen Heidemann & Viktoria Klein, are both lead designer and founder.

The Southern Sky by Stellavie Design Manufaktur

Map I – The Northern Sky” & “Map II – The Southern Sky” are amazing depictions of the northern & southern sky and its constellations in all their incredible details. Both maps are large format one-color handprinted silkscreen prints (50cm x 70cm), printed with custom mixed inks on solid-colored Gmund Color System.

Home Is Where Your Heart Is by Stellavie Design Manufaktur

Home Is Where Your Heart Is (Glow In The Dark Print) is an abstract illustration of a classic learning game and an amazingly sweet metaphor that reminds us that our true home and our true place in the world is with the people or places that we love most. The print is a clear statement that there are beautiful alternatives to the stereotypical world of all common clichés when it comes to kids/baby room decoration/wall art. Best of all: this print would even suit any adolescents wall more than gracefully.

Home Is Where Your Heart Is by Stellavie Design Manufaktur

This is a wonderful abstraction of that classic learning game and the prints obvious message even glows in the dark and dreamingly, but surely reminds us of so many really important aspects of life: be happy wherever you want to be and feel at home & do what you love with the ones you love the most.

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