Pedro

Another street artist, with a different approach is Pedro; based in Nantes, in the West of France. Having grown up in the 80s, this artist created his own fantasy universe; colourful and composed of incredible imagery. A muralist, but also graphic designer, silk-screen designer and scenographer, Pedro now diverts raw materials from the street (wood,...

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Tian

The French street-artist, from the same region as the Le Bourray factory, Tian explores human nature in all its facets, through numerous portraits, mainly made with stencils or silk-screen printing. His work frequently depicts people in an urban environment, in nostalgic shades (sepias, grey). The comic-inspired typography is also part of the artist’s creations, for...

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Arjowiggins Le Bourray on a tour of learning

Save the date! Tissue World returns in 2019! From 25th to 27th March 2019, you can meet the Arjowiggins Le Bourray team at Tissue World, Milan on our new stand, which may pleasantly surprise you… October will be a month of research and learning for our teams: MIAC – Part of the team will be visiting...

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Urban and recreational inspiration for our new trend recommendation: Pop culture !

Having just returned from the Maison & Objet show in Paris, the Arjowiggins Le Bourray laboratory was able to refine its trend selection. As a result, a new 5-tone palette has been designed with the mission to make your tables sparkle every day: good times are sacred, so enjoy every second. Influenced by the “colour...

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Flower obsession (Yayoi Kusama)

Flower obsession, an installation created by the artist Yayoi Kusama, well known for works based on colour explosion offers a living and evolving installation that relies on visitors. Everyone receives an artificial gerberas and flower stickers to place on the surface of their choice, completely covering the fake apartment. at the National Gallery of Victoria...

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Christoph Niemann

Christoph Niemann is a well-known artist illustrator who regularly appears on the front pages of New Yorker or New York Times Magazine. He excels in illusion games from everyday objects and creativity. Living in Berlin for few years, he paints , most often urban, and makes a very raw of in terms of trends patterns....

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The color difference

Delta-E (∆E) is a metric that describes the difference between two colours. Several formulations of delta-E have emerged: • CIE 76 • CMC I:c • CIE 94 • CIE 2000 The most used is the Delta-E CIE 2000 which seeks to accurately quantify the difference. For example, a printer will have difficulty distinguishing a yellow...

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Spring summer 2019 : an immersive garden party

Why let nature join your summer tables? For this new trend recommendation, the Arjowiggins Le Bourray laboratory has that will you the abundant nature of August.   Combined with the power darker green and blue-green shades are adorned with a touch of solar yellow and flowery fuchsia to awaken all your senses. Natural and felted...

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Do you know Malika Favre?

Malika Favre has an inimitable style. She is a French illustrator who lives in London and works around very dense colours, incredible contrasts, dazzling light and plays wonderfully with the notion of negative space. She explores the image of woman with sensuality and poetry. With an eye on our contemporary world, Malika’s work is reminiscent...

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Color Measurement

The colour is measured with a spectrophotometer under CIE Standard Illuminant D65 (daylight), in the colour space L*a*b*. The L*a*b* color space (also called CIELAB) is currently one of the most widely used for measuring the color of objects in virtually all domains. In this color space, L* indicates the brightness (0 = black, 100...

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