Modern graphic series from artist Poul Pava in pearly porcelain and dark stoneware for the table setting. Neutral Nordic shades combined with playful strokes creates a raw and minimalist look that fits the modern interior characterized by bright tones and clean lines. Your chance to set an exciting and stylish breakfast table with a touch of humor.
Poul Pava and illustrator Tamara Lara Furrer have with their 13 colorful characters created a new artistic design universe in collaboration with aida. The series is called ”be friends” and has everything for a full table setting with thermo mugs, coffee mugs, plates, bowls, decanters, cake stand, vases and more.
Poul Pava is known for his characteristic figures. The Mega ICONSs series now offers even bigger figures on plates, mugs and bottles. The series can with advantage be mixed with the other series from the artist Poul Pava. The Mega ICONS series gives you the opportunity to have an exciting and eye catching table setting with the well-known figures.
aida is relaunching the original and best-selling decors from Poul Pava by aida. Originally launched in 2008 as the kick-off on the cooperation between Poul Pava and aida. The thermo mug from original icons comes in matching decorated tin cans - a detail which, at the first launch, was a great contributor to the series’ success.
Poul Pava, has with his characteristic characters created an all white artistic universe in collaboration with aida. The white porcelain series pure friends, presents coffee cups, espresso cups, mugs, platters, plates, drinking glasses and more.
He describes his motif as "the child in us all" and it is this very contrast to the fine porcelain that aida is using for its new product range, which includes thermo mugs, espresso mugs, bowls, plates, dishes, tablecloths, coasters and placemats.
Poul Pava’s strokes are often emulated by new artists, inspired by his original universe.
He has been painting for 20 years, and has many other strings to his bow - poet, columnist and jazz musician to name just a few.
Art in all its forms needs a creator
And at the other end a recipient
Without either there can be no art
Quote Poul Pava