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Hellen develops and maintains bespoke collections for several prestigious international museums. Taking cues from various works of art, these collections combine artistry, inspiration, and cutting-edge techniques in everyday luxuries ideally suited to international lovers of art. A design takes shape in close consultation, resulting in custom-made products that are based on the story, background and context of each client. Production is tailored to customer, assignment and budget. That is what Heartmade Prints is all about.
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Gemeentemuseum, Den Haag
Panorama Mesdag, Den Haag
Mauritshuis, Den Haag
Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht
Museum van Wereldculturen
Museum Kaapskil Texel
Museum of Fine Arts and Archeology
Mapa das Ideias, Lisbon
Historisches Museum Frankfurt
White Chapel Gallery, London
Guggenheim Museum New York
The Frick Museum New York
MoMa, San Francisco
Folger Library Washington
Museum of fine arts Houston
Semi-formal women's kimono for visits (homongi), adorned with a scenic landscape depicting numerous houses, fields, and mountains; likely the Alps seen from Bavaria. Pink fine crepe silk (kinsha) with a damask-woven (rinzu) decoration of cloud motifs and a painted yuzen embellishment, detailing, and white lining, all entirely covered in a golden hue, with further detailing in mother-of-pearl. Signature and seal of the maker 'Taizo.'
Naturalis Biodiversity Centre, Leiden
Fascination for biodiversity, is the foundation. In their award-winning museum (European Museum of the Year 2021) Naturalis shows the beauty of nature. Through the impressive collection, knowledge and data, they record all life on Earth. This is important, as our future depends on biodiversity.
The Hess Foundation, Napa Valley
The Hess Art Collection is one of the world's most important private collections of contemporary art.
Art is exhibited in two museums; the Hess Art Collection in Napa, USA and the James Turrell Museum in Salta, Argentina. Inspired for more than 50 years by the vision and intuition of the late Donald Hess, the Hess Art Collection reflects the depth and caliber of art that he was drawn to and resonated with.
The Hess Foundation, Napa Valley
Frank Stella is an American artist best known for his use of geometric patterns and shapes in creating both paintings and sculptures. Arguably one of the most influential living American artists, Stella’s works utilize the formal properties of shape, color, and composition to explore non-literary narratives. “Abstraction didn't have to be limited to a kind of rectilinear geometry or even a simple curve geometry. It could have a geometry that had a narrative impact. In other words, you could tell a story with the shapes,” he explained.
Guggenheim, New York
The Guggenheim Museum started as a museum for the private collection of Solomon R. Guggenheim. Construction started in 1956 and the museum opened in New York on October 21, 1959. Architect Frank Lloyd Wright died six months before the opening. Since 2019, the museum has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site as part and example of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 20th-century architecture.
Artis Zoo, Amsterdam
Artis is the Amsterdam zoo and the oldest zoo in the Netherlands, was founded in 1838 by G.F. Westerman, J.W.H. Werlemann and J.J. Wijsmuller. The park has 27 monumental buildings that largely date from the nineteenth century, and has set itself the goal of stimulating love and care for nature. To celebrate the birth of 2 new jaguar cubs, which was a result of a special breeding program, I developed a backpack and some purses for the shop. The products are made from recycled PET bottles.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is one of the most important museums in the Netherlands. The collection offers an overview of Dutch art and history, including works by 17th-century Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals. The museum has been located in the Rijksmuseum building since 1885, designed by the Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers.
The archives of the Rijksmuseum hold many beautiful pieces of lace from previous centuries. All gorgeously photographed, they can be viewed on the Rijksstudio, the Museum's online catalog. Hellen used the photos as they are, merely adding an underlying layer, the foundation. Once again, without interfering with the images, out of respect for the creators. The underlying layer is akin to a brush-painted indigo, which imparts a fashionable allure, transforming the image into an accessory.