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Bjørn Wiinblad

Bjørn Wiinblad

Magical, mystical and romantic designs – the Danish artist Bjørn Wiinblad’s style is anything but classic Danish.
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  • Felicia thermo cup 25 cl
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  • Juliane pot on stand Ø 18 cm
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  • Felicia candleholder 19,5 cm
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  • Juliane pot on stand Ø 11 cm
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  • Rosalinde candleholder 12 cm
    blue Sale £19
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  • Cecilia thermo cup 31 cl
    black Sale £21
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  • Bjørn Wiinblad oilcloth
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  • Bjørn Wiinblad flower head vase ...
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  • Juliane flower pot on stand Ø 16 cm
    blue Sale £52
    (Reg. £57)
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  • Bjørn Wiinblad jar 2-pack
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  • Bjørn Wiinblad tray oval
    Felicia (black) Sale £51
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  • Aida jar with lid Ø 12 cm
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  • Juliane pot on stand Ø 8 cm
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  • Mie vase 10.5 cm
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  • Rosalinde pot 10.6 cm
    black Sale £21
    (Reg. £23)
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  • Rosalinde candleholder 16.5 cm
    black Sale £19
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  • Rosalinde vase 26 cm
    gold Sale £109
    (Reg. £122)
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  • Rosalinde candleholder 17 cm
    silver Sale £39
    (Reg. £43)
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  • Rosalinde mug 35 cl
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Bjørn Wiinblad
The Danish artist Bjørn Wiinblad is primarily known for his imaginative and fanciful patterns, which depict liveliness and rich colours. When he died in 2006, he left an extensive design heritage behind; a legacy that has now been bought to life through porcelain, textiles and furnishings.

Bjørn Wiinblad originally trained as a typographer but he quickly knew that artistry was where his real passions layed. Inspired by the tales, ‘Arabian nights’, he began to draw various ceramic objects and designs from the extravagant stories. During his long career, he created everything from porcelain and set designs to hotel interiors. His vivid designs were anything but representative of the typical Danish designs of the time.

Whilst functionality was popular in Denmark, Bjørn Wiinblad explored a whole new direction using strong colours, frills and romantic designs. Perhaps this is the reason why Bjørn Wiinblad was not recognised in Denmark for his artistry, but he cared not what others thought of him. What mattered to Bjørn Wiinblad was to find an outlet for his creativity and to spread as much joy as possible.