the gray planet

$450

The Gray Planet is a new artwork by the artist and designer Bertrand Jayr. He released his sculptor tools to execute a work of remarkable precision. As if he wanted to be conscious of the boundaries between water and earth and to freeze them before changes to come.

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  • Shipping class

    SMALL BOX

  • Number of packages

    1

  • Carton 1

    34.25 x 6.69 x 25.39 in / 28.66 lbs/ 3.37 ft3

more details

    Screws or fittings included to fix the object to the wall.

  • technical description

    glass fiber reinforced concrete

  • Outdoor / Indoor suitability

    Suitable for exterior use under temperate conditions.
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    Any pores, micro-cracks, and variations in color are due to the material's inherent and charming nature.
    Concrete products can be used in an outdoor environment up to a maximum heat of 50°C - 125 degree s Fahrenheit.
    During the off season please cover your Lyon Béton furniture piece(s) with a protective cover 100 % polyester coated with water-repellent: a waterproof, breathable, UV-resistant. You will find this type of covers in all DIY stores. You can also store them in a dry place.

  • product colors

    light grey

  • finishing

    natural concrete look

  • weight

    22.05 lbs

  • designer

    Bertrand Jayr

  • care instructions

    do not use abrasive materials or solvents on surface. apply protective wax or oil regularly.

the gray planet

$450

The Gray Planet is a new artwork by the artist and designer Bertrand Jayr. He released his sculptor tools to execute a work of remarkable precision. As if he wanted to be conscious of the boundaries between water and earth and to freeze them before changes to come.

In stock

In stock

  • sku: D-09950

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    A blank earth to start again from scratch

    While making this artwork Bertrand Jayr’s gesture was almost schizophrenic.

    Brutal and primitive at first, betraying the artist emotions felt during this immersion in the reliefs of our planet deeply marked by the impact of humanity and now by the hits of his chisel.

    Then, the gesture becomes precise and delicate, when it delineates the boundaries between sea and land. As if he wanted to preserve this fragile border.

    The continents remained flat, virgin.

    Like a blank page, leaved on purposed by the artist to invite us to start all over again, with a new gesture towards our planet, gentle and delicate.
    So let’s take our colorful chalks and with our child’s soul, give back to earth its wild beauty.

    Easy hanging

    2 holes, 2 pegs, 2 screws and voilà. The Gray planet is pressed against your wall.

    More explanations here.

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