Intaglio by White Webb

Intaglio by White Webb

Janel Laban
Jun 3, 2009
Take a bit of trompe l'oeil, mix in a bit of pop sensibility, add a sense of humor AND some decor history - you'll get these pieces by White Webb. The line is called...

...Intaglio and the look is unique. According to White Webb, the pieces are silk-screened using "hyper-enlarged antique engravings". It reminds us a bit of Fornasetti meets the 80's - in a fun way...

Shown above, left to right:
1. Lamp - based on a Greco Roman Vase
2. Console - based on 18th century engravings of a Roman table
3. Wall Sconce - based on sculptural elements of the Renaissance
4. Chandelier - based on 17th century engravings
5. Mirror - based on 18th century engravings of the Brenna Panels

More info: White Webb

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