Scott Campbell Pillow for Henzel Studio
Scott Campbell Pillow for Henzel StudioDigital print on cotton/poly blend
20 x 20 ins / 50.8 x 50.8 cm
Different artwork front and back
Feather down insert (optional)
Henzel Studio’s ethos is based on the artistic practice of Calle Henzel, founder and creative director. Over the past twenty years, he has translated his artistic practice as painter and collage artist into the medium at hand, positioning Henzel Studio as one of the most progressive luxury rug brands in the world. The organic and artistic process of Calle Henzel has been the driving force in the development of Henzel Studio’s designs. He has over the years in an un-compromised fashion challenged the traditional conventions of subject matter, shape, finishings and special treatments as a result of painstaking research that includes vintage treatments, intricate surface compositions and even natural erosion – methodologies that further blur the distinction between art and design. Under the curation of Joakim Andreasson, Calle Henzel has collaborated with some of the most prominent names in contemporary art and artists foundations including Tom of Finland Foundation and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Since the launch of 'Henzel Studio Collaborations' at Barneys New York Madison Avenue in 2014 during Frieze Art Fair, Henzel Studio has developed art rugs with over thirty contemporary artists including Richard Prince, Helmut Lang, Jack Pierson, Nan Goldin, Scott Campbell, Richard Phillips, Marilyn Minter, Mickalene Thomas and Anselm Reyle. Via 'Henzel Studio Heritage' extensive collections have also been developed in collaboration with artist estates, that to date include Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Tom of Finland Foundation.
Scott Campbell is known worldwide as one of the most talented hands in the art of tattooing. His formation began at Picture Machine, one of the oldest tattoo shops in California, and he further practiced his profession by travelling the world in a nomadic fashion, including performing tattoos on prison mates in Mexico and on American soldiers in Afghanistan. He owns and operates the legendary Saved Tattoo shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.