NEW METAL-ACETATES
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J.F. REY AND HIS NEW METAL-ACETATES

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Once again, J.F. Rey found a pretty creative way to combine metal and acetate with each other. What way that is, you may ask? Well, Jean-François Rey focuses on the cutting of acetate and the sculpting of an astonishing geometry with breaks of the materials. That way, he creates a new graphic balance by unfolding the metal and redrawing the aesthetics of the frame. Underlined is the whole concept by a very personal choice of color that emphasize elegance and purity of the design. Well done, Monsieur Rey! 

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