I try to give them their own life. What can we expect to see for your new collection, due in ? I just focus on these patterns. I try to make them strong and I think the design world has recognized that effort. I think that my solution is to plead no contest to what people want to call wallpaper.
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It could also be treated as a throwaway thing, just like art.
George Venson – New York Magazine
Are you an artist? But you are a painter by training, no?
Some of them are going to be more representational; some of them are going to be more abstract. So I gworge and made all the patterns, I make everything.
It certainly can be treated as a really expensive, desirable thing. My relationship to Voutsa is what I like to think of as gdorge complicated and it gets simplified often. Similarly, so could art. Who are you, George Venson? What can we expect to see for your new collection, due in ? You get it by sharp contrast.
Fine Print: Voutsa | Features – Design Insight from the Editors of Luxe Interiors + Design
To me, to be an artist is freedom and operating in an unknown area, trying to make things. I think that my solution is to plead no contest to what people want to call wallpaper. So the things that I do all feel like georgs aspects of this sculpture, which is an anonymous brand, Voutsa. I try to make them strong and I think the design world has recognized that effort.
I try to give them their own life. But, the patterns resonate enough where a small portion of the world embraces them.
Such is the case of New York-based wallpaper and lifestyle brand Voutsa, created by George Venson, 31, whose painterly prints and maniacal color combinations defy logic—they are bizarre, bold, heorge and genius. But more than this recognition of effort, perhaps your success is indicative veneon something missing in the gforge, something that you are fulfilling?
Why do you think that is? I really like early Fornasetti—I like brands that I think are similar. But I think art often requires the most polarized contradictions.
I try grorge hard to make them as good as they can be. My new collection ggeorge going to be an attempt to reinvent a global Chinoiserie relative to the history of Chinoiserie wallpapers.
People who do challenging things. The founder of Voutsa? So what then, does it mean to you to be an artist? Here, Venson explains himself, his product and his recent geogre with humility and candor from the comfort of his Chelsea atelier.
It has different gears that I get to spin and turn and see how they intersect and intertwine and I like that. I like artists who did things that were similar, so someone like William Kentridge. Can wallpaper be considered art then, or artful? Who would you fenson are your greatest inspirations then, whether personally or for Voutsa?
As a response to that, I started a brand in which the responsibilities and the daily tasks I do resonate for me more with what it means to be an artist than what I see a lot of people doing who we define as artists. I just focus on these patterns.