RICHMOND HILL, Ontario– Bellini Modern Living, a leading wholesaler and distributor of modern Italian furniture, recently introduced its “Her” series of wall art, enabling individuals to express their personal style in fresh and exciting ways with designer-inspired pops of color. The contemporary acrylic pieces are designed to add a striking focal point to any livingroom, bedroom, family room or home office space.
The company worked with well-known American and European photographers and artists who collaborated exclusively with Bellini to create a variety of printed acrylic pieces. The chic graphics feature empowering imagery that use dramatic contrast via lighting or color blocking.
“Her” draws inspiration from 1980s beauty photography and pop art. Some of the featured pieces are entitled “Bold,” “Determination,” “Fierce,” “Captivate,” “Biting Lips,” “Mystique,” “Luxurious” and “Captured in Thought.”
“Consumers have a newfound desire for wall art, as they are tired of looking at the same old four walls and want to liven things up. Spring is on the horizon and people like refreshing art as we transition out of winter. They want to express their personality and refresh the decor in their home. The ‘Her’ series fulfills that need and offers abstract art with vibrant colors, patterns and bold prints,” said Frederik Winther, vice president of sales and marketing for Bellini Modern Living. “The ‘Her’ collection is truly a work of art that can give an expressive lift to almost any room, reflecting a personal style in a fresh and exciting way.”
The colorful, lightweight prints are framed in aluminum and sold in various sizes, including single pieces that measure 48 x 48 inches, or as two panels of 36 x 72 inches that measure 72 x 72 inches when hung side-by-side. Each portrait includes its own hardware, is easy to hang and is available via the company’s industry-leading quick-ship program. One of the largest in the industry, the quick-ship program offers Bellini’s retail partners quick deliveries and low freight rates – a key advantage, given today’s supply chain issues.
Depending on the size, prices for all artwork ranges from $400 to $1999.