Sex Sells, 2011 — Hand & Bath Towel

by Gothan's Papierwelten

Sex Sells, 2011

Gothan's Papierwelten — Hand & Bath Towel
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Product details

Hand and Bath Towel - Product details

Towel printed with a design on one side. Available as a hand or bath towel. The front is printed and made of high-quality, soft terry velour. The back is white and made of soft, absorbent material. Comes with a sewn-in JUNIQE label that serves as a loop for easy hanging.

Size 40 x 80 cm (hand towel); 70 x 140 cm (bath towel)
Material Terry velour
Print Type Thermal sublimation printing
Care Machine washable at 40°C; suitable for tumble drying

Made to order and printed in Europe at the highest quality standards.

Product details

Towel printed with a design on one side. Available as a hand or bath towel. The front is printed and made of high-quality, soft terry velour. The back is white and made of soft, absorbent material. Comes with a sewn-in JUNIQE label that serves as a loop for easy hanging.

The JUNIQE label can be used as a loop for hanging.
The JUNIQE label can be used as a loop for hanging.
White, terry material on the back.
White, terry material on the back.

About the artist

Gothan's Papierwelten

I love the idea of an accident-in-waiting, from which the new and the surprising can be brought to life.

Gothan's Papierwelten

Bernd Gothan of Gothan’s Papierwelten creates painstakingly handcrafted collages he calls his ‘paper worlds’. His love for cutting, collecting and rearranging began as a teenager growing up in 1960s Germany, when he cut up BRAVO magazines to create new scenes from the images on their pages. A decade later, and living in Paris, continued to collect photos, comics and illustrations, and has never stopped, turning his finds into over 100 ‘paper worlds’, which he has since digitised. Encouraged by his family to share his creations with the world, he exhibited a selection of his pieces. His son Dennis now acts as his international art agent.

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