With Mutation, Michaël Cailloux eludes to a fusion between animal and nature. Here, the glorified spider, far from the fears it can evoke, transforms itself into precious and natural lace, an anthem to beauty. Key to the Art Nouveau movement, here the theme of metamorphosis is the beginning of the artist’s more personal and dream-like exploration.
Bow saw cutting, etching, aquatint, copper, gold-plated and ink Size W 15 X H 17.5 cm Presented in a case, similar to a jewellery box Unique artwork
Michaël Cailloux has been passionate about drawing since childhood. Sketching and doodling are second nature to this exceptional artist who graduated from the renown École Duperré School of Designin Paris in 1998. His dissertation was dedicated entirely to the 18th century fly… Further information
Michaël Cailloux reappropriates the copper sheets used to print his etchings by working them according to classic jewel making techniques: bow saw, internal and external cutting, embossing and chiseling. He thereby creates sculptures he refers to as “wall jewels”… Further information
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A simple bouquet to celebrate life and inhale its aroma: such is what Michel Cailloux aims to convey with this drawing. A wallpaper fragment that will lend your environment an elegant, naturalistic touch.
Wallpaper fragment – 40 X 50 cm
Paper : superior quality matt weave effect wallpaper – 140g/m2
Limited edition: 20 copies
In love with still life, Michaël Cailloux performs an autumnal symphony in which two calm fishes slide in a whirl of golden foliage. Homage to the great masters of classical painting, this wall jewellery takes on its full dimension in the abundance of details. Fins delicately chiselled, a myriad of scales. As for leaves, limbs, veins, stalks, they all seem to have been petrified and are calling memories of life, which were once in them.
Bow saw cutting, etching, aquatint, copper and ink
Size W 23.5 x H 26.5 cm
Presented in a case, similar to a jewellery box
Unique artwork Prices on request
In Ancient Rome, the atrium was the heart of the house. Often richly decorated with statues of the family and symbols of wealth and ancestry, it served as a well of light and reception. Michael Cailloux has imagined this silk square to embody the refinement and order of the age; a timeless classic.