A Rose in-Between Crown Thorns Morten Underbjerg Olesen’s Latest Innovative Stencil Design

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Morten Underbjerg Olesen’s latest innovative stencil design is released as part of Crown Paint’s Crown Jewel collection 2010. A, soon to be, graduate from the Royal College of Arts (RCA), Morten is responsible for the second stencil released from the latest Crown Jewel 2010 range.

Morten Underbjerg Olesen’s latest innovative stencil design is released as part of Crown Paint’s Crown Jewel collection 2010. A, soon to be, graduate from the Royal College of Arts (RCA), Morten is responsible for the second stencil released from the latest Crown Jewel 2010 range.

The exclusive design is that of a rose, which is seemingly hand drawn when applied to a surface. Morten commented that the ‘revamped’ classical design was “inspired by the contrast between the organic wild rose and simple hand drawn lines.” Such artistic contrasts are one of the approaches Morten learned whilst at RCA, and it is his “building” of new silhouettes, coupled with opposites such as hard and soft, result in an elegant finish suitable for any stylish home.

When applied with Crown Paint’s new vibrant paint range, such as Sticky Fingers® and Summer Pudding®, the “Rose” design stencil can achieve the desired look in any room in a household. Alternatively, Crown Paint’s new Feature Wall colours, such as Chartreuse Mix®, rejuvenate the avant-garde rose design.

The power of a freshly decorated, paint stink free room is enhanced by Crown Jewell collection’s 2010 range now available on the market. The “Rose” stencil has been produced by the Stencil Library and is available to order now at http://www.crownpaint.co.uk .

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