[NO]
Det andre av to tilgjengelege trykk frå 2015-prosjektet Operation Heim, som tolkar historia om Operation Gunnerside på Rjukan frå andre verdskrig. Trykket er ein reproduksjon av ei handteikning av Haavard Holmaas og er trykt i ein serie på ti trykk på 300 gsm matt papir i storleiken 70 x 100 cm.

Original artwork hand drawn by Haavard Holmaas

Reproduced on 300 gsm Hahnemühle paper.
Silk screen print by Nerem BSS, Oslo

70 x 100 cm artwork
76 x 106 cm approx paper size

A series of 10 prints

[EN]
The second of two silk screen prints from the 2015 project Operation Heim, which reinterprets the WWII story of Operation Gunnerside at Rjukan, Norway. Released as a series of only 10, the hand drawn artwork is reproduced on heavyweight 300 gsm matte paper in a scale of 70 x 100 cm.

–> From campaign Operation Heim

Print together with «Arctic Resilience», from the same collection.

[EN]
The silk screen prints were first presented as part of the exhibition Operation Heim, initiated by Ætt and shown at Paleet in Oslo, together with a limited collection of the British WWII era windproof smocks, the jacket which was issued to the men of the resistance forces; commandos and SOE agents who fought alongside local resistance forces.

[NO]
Silketrykka vart først presenterte som ein del av merkevara Ætt si utstilling Operation Heim på Paleet i Oslo saman med ein liten kolleksjon av jakkane brukt av sabotørane under aksjonen på Vemork.

Archive photograph showing winter troops making their way across Nordic landscapes. The photograph served as inspiration for the «Arctic Resilience» artwork.
Printmaking craftsmen at Nerem BSS, a small silk screen printshop outside Oslo, Norway. The printers showed a remarkable attention to detail and executed the small batch of prints to perfection.
Corner detail of the 70×100 printed artworks, signed and embossed with the Ætt logo. Ætt was a small boutique crafts brand established 2013 to honour stories of craftsmanship and resilience from the rich Norwegian textile history, and to bring these stories to a contemporary stage.