PrintedPlant in the press in 2021
- VT Wonen
- Seasons Magazine
- Stijlvol Wonen
- Eigen Huis & Interieur
- Wendy Magazine
PrintedPlant in the press in 2022
- Groei en Bloei
- Libelle Tuin & Zo
Thanks to all editors of all these beautiful Dutch magazines! I am grateful for the attention and meeting such a nice art loving crowd! I
VT Wonen Magazine nr 3 (March 2021) appendix ‘On the Wall’
Orange is the new white: anything that flirts with terracotta or anything that comes close is hot in the home trend. Think shades like pottery, pumpkin and orange.
>> Botanical relief print in small edition, Salix Viminalis/4, color terracotta with warm grey, A2 size (42 x 59.4 cm) €100, (printedplant.com)
The featured print Salix Viminalis/4 is sold.
Seasons Magazine nr 4 (April 2021)
-BOTANICAL WOODCUT PRINTS-
Fashion designer Ger-Jan de Gilde receives light, air and space on a silver platter when he moves from the city to ‘the country’. Nature becomes his source of inspiration and he starts photographing. A creative outlet next to his job for which he travels a lot to cities such as London, Paris and Hong Kong. The pictures of plants inspire him to make drawings on the iPad. In turn, those digital drawings form the basis for the wood lasered stamps with which Ger-Jan creates these beautiful botanical prints by hand.
The prints come in a limited edition (never more than 10). Size 42 x 59.4 cm costs € 100 each, www.printedplant.com See live? From April 1 to May 24 Ger-Jan will exhibit his work at De Tuinen van Mien Ruys in Dedemsvaart, the Netherlands, www.tuinenmienruys.nl
‘Stijlvol Wonen’ issue April/ May
-PLANTS AS A MUSE-
“PrintedPlant is the brainchild of Ger-Jan de Gilde. As a fashion designer he designed for Soap Studio, Stills, Turnover and Claudia Strater. He draws stylized plants based on his own nature photos, which he then converts into stamps by cutting them from wooden plates. This is how PrintedPlant was born. He prints his drawings on paper in various sizes and colors. 59.4 x 84 cm, € 200.”
(text and compilation ‘Update’: Anneleen Peeters) ‘Stijlvol Wonen website’
‘Eigen Huis & Interieur’ nr 3 May/ June 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 make 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
PrintedPlant is featured in Dutch Garden magazine ‘Groei & Bloei’ in nr 1 (Jan/ Feb 2022)
‘Plants on the wall’
Brighten up your interior with art prints from PrintedPlant. Photos and drawings form the basis of these images. Wooden stamps are made from this, with which the works are printed manually. The prints are original and are signed with the Latin plant name, the edition number, year and the maker’s signature.
Available in different prints and sizes. From €100 (without frame). 20% off a pair of prints (set of two). www.printedplant.com
Do you want to win this pair of prints? Fill in your details: ‘MAIL & WIN’ and you might get lucky.
PrintedPlant is featured in the March 2022 appendix magazine ‘TUIN’ (‘GARDEN’) of Dutch magazine ‘Libelle’
Nature on the wall
When (fashion) designer Ger-Jan de Gilde moved to the countryside in 2002, nature became his greatest source of inspiration. He makes art prints with wooden stamps, based on his photos and digital drawings of plants. Each work is a unique and bears the Latin plant name, a signature of the maker, the edition number and year. printedplant.com