Last updated on:
The procedure of preparing and exploring the animal that Charlotte will portray is quite time-consuming. To create a genuine expression and find her own twist, she studies their way of life and survival, including their fur, ears, eyes, bone structure – everything!
One version of the same motif is ‘Morning Conversation,’ two birds on a twig that seem to converse with each other over the head of a small finch that helplessly hangs between them. Charlotte likes to include a humorous note that you don’t necessarily discover at first glance. The animal motifs are also available on home decor and gift items such as trays, napkins, textiles, cards, prints, coasters, and much more.
Charlotte Nicolin has lived abroad most of her life, of which more than 20 years in Paris. Here she worked for many years in one of the most established lithography printing studios. She made a large number of lithograph prints and learned to master the lithography technique to the fullest. This was a time when she could really refine her drawing skills.
– Charlotte Nicolin –
The shop in the old town in Stockholm opened its doors in the spring of 2013, and Charlotte moved back to Sweden after many years abroad. Since then, there has been rapid progress, both in terms of the development of various products and sales. Today she sells to over 400 retailers, mainly in Europe. This means that, overall, she has a very large market for her art.
“I am planning to continue collaborations with environmental organizations, which I look forward to. It can be making art for specific projects or sponsor projects that I believe in, for example, protecting endangered species from extinction.”
Another recently completed and appreciated project is her humorous interpretations of the twelve zodiac signs linked to the animal world. For example, the sign Gemini is symbolized by two monkeys sitting next to each other, while the zodiac sign Libra depicts two squirrels sitting on each end of a teeter.
|Köpmangatan 3, 111 31 Stockholm, Sverige||Köpmangatan 3|
111 31 Stockholm
Sponsored article in collaboration with Charlotte Nicolin.
Like this article? Spread the word!