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Thursday, January 28, 2010

New issues: Iceland - "Icelandic design II. - Furniture"

The Hanger TREE, 2001. Created by Katrín Ólína Pétursdóttir and Michael Young, this clothes hanger is among their designs which has achieved the greatest international popularity.
The Tango Chair, 1999. Architect Sigurður Gústafsson, the designer of this chair, has used his knowledge and insights into architectural history for furniture designs.
MGO 180 Dining Room Table, 2005. The company Epal reconstructed a dining room chair by Sveinn Kjarval dating back to the fifties. Designers Guðrún M. Ólafsdóttir and Oddgeir Þórðarson were assigned to design a modern dining room table suited to this chair.
The Sofa Dimon, 1999. This sofa was designed by Erla Sólveig Óskarsdóttir and reveals some distinct characteristics of her work as a designer. Erla‘s furniture are light and graceful characterized by a strong sense of form.
Tehnical details:
Day of issue: 28-01-2010
Printing process: Offset Litho + TOPSTAR silfur (silver)
Number in Sheet: 10
Printer: Lowe Martin Group
Size: 23 x 56 mm
Designer: Örn Smári Gíslason
Value: 75, 140, 155, 165 ISK
Postal Authority Iceland

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