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The Kinfolk Print Collection

6.12.2020

Earlier this year I introduced you to ALIUM, a new Copenhagen-based art gallery showcasing a curated collection of artworks and objects by handpicked artists. Today they have launched a new collection of art prints in collaboration with Kinfolk, The Kinfolk Print Collection.

Le Chat Chic by Luc Braquet

Things Fall Apart 01 by Pelle Crépin

Xavier Corberó 01 by Salva López

Many of you will be familiar with the captivating photographs that feature in the pages of Kinfolk. Each photograph that makes it into the magazine is judged on its ability to stand alone — and stand the test of time. Given that it can take several months and a dozen pairs of eyes to get from the first idea to the final image, it sometimes feels like a shame that magazines themselves are ultimately ephemeral.

It was thoughts like this that became the catalyst for the Kinfolk Print Collection: An edit of ten images from the magazine selected by the Kinfolk team in collaboration with ALIUM. Spanning architecture, art, animals and still life arrangements, the Kinfolk Print Collection features a curation of favourite shots and most enduring editorial images from the last two years.

Spot the Difference by Aaron Tilley

Soft Strokes 01 by Diana Dal-Pra

Muscle Memory by Dorte Tuladhar

Things Fall Apart 02 by Pelle Crépin

Xavier Corberó 02 by Salva López


Soft Strokes 02 by Diana Del-Pra


How to Wear a Hat by Simone Cavadini

Such a wonderfully unique and diverse range of art prints, I love how they have been styled in the beautiful interior spaces above. Ranging in size from 40x50 cm to 50x70 cm, each image has been reproduced as a high-quality Giclée print on 265g fine art paper.

The Kinfolk Print Collection is available worldwide via aliumcph.com

Lifestyle imagery: Styling by Sofie Brünner / Photography by Enok Holsegaard
Product imagery: Styling & photography by Sofie Staunsager

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