DENY Ninola Design
Ninola Design Abstract Flowers Jungle Cutting Board Square
We'd like to introduce you to your new DENY Cutting Board. With three different shapes-round, square, and rectangle-your dinner parties just got a whole lot cooler. The half-inch birch wood showcases your art on one side perfect for making a statement in your kitchen. And the other side is for prepping all of the cheese and meats available. Whether you do one or all three, your kitchen gets a huge upgrade with these one-of-a-kind cutting boards.
- Natural birch wood
- Matte natural woodgrain prep side
- Semi gloss, printed art side (art side not to be used for prep)
- 1" hole for handling and storage/hanging
- Do not wash in dishwasher or submerge/let sit in water for any period of time
- For best cleaning results simply rinse, wipe clean with a non-abrasive cloth and set upright to dry
- Custom made for every order
- Estimated Ship Date: 5 - 10 business days
Square: L 11.5" x W 11.5" x H 1/2"
Ninola is a print design studio based on Valencia, Spain, specialized in create watercolor artworks and patterns designs to make common things more beautiful. The artist and designer behind the studio is Laura Muñoz Estellés: Laura’s work is the result of a multidisciplinary learning process through fashion, fine arts and textiles. Her artistic talent has been cultivated through years in the fashion industry, by creating patterns for apparel, accessories and product lines. She aims to create by revealing the potential of a joyful spirit, by setting free the forgotten child that lies within all of us, honestly and without prejudices, figuring out new ways of expression, in a constant search for the non-existent yet, for the unexpected and surprising, the emotion of playing and enjoyment, enthusiasm, the might of colors and the naïve curiosity of innocence.Painting and illustrating, playing and experiencing with textures and shades, releasing hand in an intuitive and boundless way. Thus the rivers of watercolors and inks are her most beloved way of expression, their randomness and inaccuracy, the inherent element of luck and surprise, making each work unrepeatable, each one a spontaneous order… Where colors flow.