ANATOMIC CHAIR by NYNKE TYNAGEL
€777 (incl VAT) FREE SHIPPING IN EU
Nynke Tynagel, is the globally-acclaimed graphic artist behind the Anatomic Chair, which depicts the internal workings of the human body in all its (guts and) glory, in a medium that charters new territory.
Together with textile pioneers, BYBORRE, Nynke developed the innovative 3D knit pattern. With fascinating intricacy, the design was translated to textile leaving a stunning result that invites tactile exploration with details that endlessly unravel with every new glance. The chairs are made by hand in the Netherlands.
Made by hand to order in a limited numbered edition of 600 pieces.
EDITION → 600
ARTIST → NYNKE TYNAGEL
MEDIUM → RECYCLED PES, COTTON & OAK
YEAR OF INTRODUCTION → 2022
DIMENSIONS → 125 X 59 X 5 CM (49 X 23 X 2 INCH)
INCLUDED → WALLMOUNT, MOUNTING KIT, CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
EU → FREE EXPRESS SHIPPING BY DPD
OUTSIDE EU → €89 EXPRESS SHIPPING BY POSTNL
RETURNS ← FREE WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER RECEIVING ITEM
ALL ITEMS ARE MADE TO ORDER. PRODUCTION TIME IS 8 WEEKS FROM MOMENT OF ORDERING.
ALL ORDERS ARE PROCESSED AND SHIPPED BY OBJECT EMBASSY.
Our products are hand-made to order in the Netherlands, with a max. production run of 600 uniquely numbered pieces. Production time is 8 weeks from the moment of ordering.
We trust that you appreciate our efforts to be kinder to our shared planet and don't mind waiting a little longer for your piece.
We promise it'll be worth the wait.
CANVAS → RECYCLED PES & COTTON
FRAME → CERTIFIED DUTCH OAK (STAATSBOSBEHEER)
PACKAGING → RECYCLED CARDBOARD
FABRIC → BYBORRE, BELGIUM
SEWING → FRAENCK (B-CORP & SOCIAL ENTERPRISE), NETHERLANDS
FRAME & ASSEMBLY → BINTHOUT (SOCIAL ENTERPRISE), NETHERLANDS
PACKAGING → BONSEMA, NETHERLANDS
About Nynke Tynagel
Nynke's bold expressive and iconographic imagery, both heraldic and pop cartoonish, projects a strong narrative quality. Her visual fields are tightly conceived, carefully placed and contextualised into intense but harmonious compositions, presented in a range of crafts including stained-glass, ceramics, hand-painting, textile, marquetry, alongside laser and printing techniques.
The highly ornamented artwork often contains a dark and satirical content, a brave confrontation with the current attitudes and condition of the modern world.
Her work has been exhibited and collected by numerous museums, including MOMA, Museum Voorlinden, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Centraal Museum and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.