H&M HOME announced the release of the For the Love of Art capsule, created by three artists from Paris, São Paulo, and Berlin. The joint collection by three independent artists is inspired by art, creativity, and folk crafts.
The artists, each with their own technique and style, transfer their art to H&M HOME items. The creative duo Sacrée Frangine from Paris brings together childhood friends Celia Amroune and Aline Kpade. As part of the collection, they created ceramics: an amphora covered with terracotta glaze, stylish pots and decorative vases, as well as a patchouli-scented candle and a rattan lid.
The second artist, Brunna Mancuso from São Paulo, created six posters made in various techniques- watercolor, gouache, and acrylic.
The visual language of Diana Ejaita, the third artist of Italian-Nigerian origin, is bright and distinctive. Her works, famous for playing with silhouettes and contrasts, have repeatedly become the covers of the most respected magazines. Diana turns in her work to the themes of origin, culture, and nature. The canvas for Diana's art was H&M HOME home textiles- spectacular, embroidered cushion covers, as well as soft jacquard bedspreads.
The collection will go on sale in select stores as well as online on October 7th.