Eigen Huis en Interieur/ issue 3, 2021
When Ger-Jan de Gilde moves to the countryside after years in the Amsterdam fashion world, he is seized by a new source of inspiration: plants and leaf shapes. What starts out as photography will shift to digital drawing on a tablet in 2017. He uses these drawings to laser wooden stamps, which serve as the basis for prints. And therein lies the fascinating thing, because each print naturally has its own personality.
De Gilde makes them on 180 grams paper in editions of no more than ten.
Format A2, €100. printedplant.com
Prints featured in the article