Keep calm and think of new recipes
Commissioned artwork for major Dutch telecommunications provider KPN, as a farewell gift to a manager who left the company.
The artwork is a handdrawn illustration on a linnen canvas. It is a double portrait of the manager. The left side, looking backwards, depicts the business side as an IT-manager. The right side shows the person as a passionate home cook.
Calm and passionate
In the character description given by co-workers of the manager, 'keeping calm in stressful situations' was one the characteristics mentioned. Furthermore the manager is a passionate home cook that likes to show his culinairy achievements.
More pictures and background info in the corresponding blogpost on this artwork here.
• Original, unique and one of a kind
• 50cm x 100 cm
• 19,6" x 39,3"
• Wooden floating frame included
• Posca acrylic paint markers
• High gloss varnish
• January 2017
Interested in having an artwork like this on your wall or as a present?
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Estimated time of delivery?
My office and studio are located in The Hague, The Netherlands. Generally I try to ship the artworks within 48 hours. Depending on the location and shipping method the actual delivery can take up to two weeks.
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