With a flora as a constant companion, botany has gilded Martin Bergström's existence throughout his life. Martin uses refined scanning technology to combine his age-dried flowers from the 19th-century treasure chest with dozens of layers of color, and with emotional precision merges everything into dramatic works of art.
Each flower is carefully selected and contrasts well with the exclusive background. There is an updated glow through all motifs in the collection, the motifs have gained substance and dynamic, and there is greater focus on the flowers and the details of the dried plants.
- I like that nothing goes to waste with Photowall, says Martin Bergström, since everything is printed on demand and made to measure, so only exactly what is needed is produced, and nothing more.
The fifteen designs in the collection are suitable for both small rooms and large-scale environments. This time, all motifs are available as wallpaper, canvas, poster and framed paintings. With motifs like Marsh Marigold containing the plant Marsh-marigold and Alchemilla Vulgaris consisting of dewdrops, Martin Bergström once again allows us to be enchanted by the beauty around us and gives us the opportunity to create a strong and safe world wherever we need it.
Release date: September 16th 2020
The Flora Hysterica II collection is exclusively sold online at Photowall.com
Wallpaper price €39/m²
Link to the collection: Flora Hysterica II by Martin Bergström
Interview: Martin Bergström on Flora Hysterica II
About Martin Bergström
Martin Bergström is a Swedish textile artist and fashion creator, educated in Stockholm and Berlin. He is known for his imaginative designs and creations, almost always containing motifs from the plant kingdom.
Already at the age of three, Martin Bergström knew The Nordic Flora by heart and the fascination for flowers has ever since been present and permeated Martin's artistry.
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