The Hepworth Limited Print Collection by Atelier by Mintstudio

The fab Danish 'Atelier by Mintstudio' designs two annual collections of limited edition prints. Led by head designer Cecilie Svanberg, the latest collection pays homage to British artist and sculptor, Barbara Hepworth, a pioneer who broke into the artistic scene when only a few women had made an impression. Barbara was famous for her organic and simple use of shapes, textures and colors. Each (rather lovely) signed and numbered print is made from an original painting with watercolor, gouache and acrylic paint, then printed on Munken Rough 170 gr paper. The question is, which one to choose? Look out for the prints (and frames) at The Poster Club!


Clockwise from top left: 05, 02, 04, 01

Have a great weekend! 
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Mindfulness is at the heart of everything Ana does—from work to life and everything in between.
For over five years she's focused on creating honest, intelligent and refreshing projects—believing that the best way to accomplish this is to dedicate herself to the essential and making things speak of their intrinsic beauty and purpose.

This post includes affiliated links - which means if you click on the links and make a purchase, the My Scandinavian Home team would receive a few pennies - perhaps enough to enjoy a little cup of coffee by the sea! However, all words are our own and we only ever work with brands we absolutely love and think you will too! - And this collection is rather fabulous isn't it?!



  1. Love your choice of peaceful and minimalistic artwork! Perfect for an idyllic scandinavian home that promotes calmness :)

    1. Happy you like it - there's something about the colours and shapes, I found it very calm too!

  2. Lovely, interesting objects!
    Niki, I have a strange question/request and hope that it's not too much. I browsed your blog in search of inspiration for a TV wall gallery that includes the two following items:
    I wonder what arrangement would work out and what other objects/pictures can I add. Any thing that you may think of in just one sentence or a link would be extremely helpful and greatly appreciated.

    Thank you and have a great Sunday!

    1. Ooooo, tricky one. It depends how much space you've got. The following are nice on a gallery wall: different sized and shaped pictures in frames (oblong, small oval shaped etc), a mirror of some sort, a wall light, a small shelf, a sculpture.... I hope this has given you a few ideas!


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