Architectmade Oscar Wooden Dog
Designer: Hans Bolling
Availability if not in stock 1 to 2 weeks
Architectmade Oscar Wooden Dog Hans Bolling.Oscar was designed with the characteristic joy and care in Hans Bølling’s mind, and the little dog is a token of fun and playfulness.
- Oscar’s body can be arranged so that he does everything a normal dog would. He can sit, scrawl, stand, beg or even sulk in the corner if you have been away from him for too long.
- He is, however, no ordinary dog. The highly specified and elaborate details of Oscar’s body add a sophisticated dimension to his form.
- Every angle, curve and bend has been craftily thought out over the span of a couple of years to convey a highly stylized, yet harmonious aesthetic object.
- Oscar is an elaborately designed dog with a flair for refined simplicity, which makes you look twice. Oscar was designed in 1953.
Hand made in beechwood.
- Size Description
Height 13 cm (5.1″)
Width 15 cm (5.9″)
Hans B?lling was born in 1931 in a small town of Braband in Denmark, he attended an Art- and Handcraft School originally to become an advertising designer, however some years later he followed his passion for archi-tecture and graduated as an architect from the Royal Danish Art Academy. He designed a plethora of art works, ranging from dolls and furniture to villas, living complexes and town halls. The Duck came to life in the 1950s during the Bølling’s younger years, following the architect’s designs of flowers and weeds from the Botanical Garden. Here he decided to create small figures of ballerinas, trolls and musicians for his loved ones. Later, after winning an award he received a carpentry machine, which afforded him the opportunity to carve his beloved figures into wood. It is at this point during the Danish spring that the Duck, and later its offspring – the Duckling, were born.