by Idries Karnachi, Morocco
Em(brosse) moi, serre moi fort avant que l’on se fasse serrer par les flics! S’embrasser en public au Maroc constitue un délit pénal, heureusement que l’on fait que s’em(brosser).
Em(brosse) moi – hold me tight before we get caught by the cops! Kissing in public in Morocco is a criminal offense, so we just brush off.
Idries Karnachi, born in Casablanca in 1993, has already lived in 11 cities, 4 countries and on 3 different continents despite his young age. Idries grew up in Morrocco and studied Architecture in France and Urban Planning in Shanghai. After working at Studio KO, a reputable architecture firm in Morocco that designed the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Marrakech, he launched his own studio, called Studio noss-noss, partnering up with architects in order to combine art and architecture from Paris, Marrakech and Geneva.
With the art of collage, Idries erases the boundaries to show that several truths can coexist. He breaks the barrier of the mind and explores all consciousness states discovering new perspectives.
Learn more about Idries.
All frames are handmade using Italian wood with a window mount and clear glass front. Digital and photography artworks are printed on 250 gsm paper using fade-resistant inks to ensure longevity.
Deliveries are typically made within 2 to 5 business days and we promise to plant a tree for each order to fight climate change.
Frames are delivered in sturdy boxes and covered with bubble wrap to ensure maximum protection. We include hanging material. We also credit our artists by including a postcard with the artwork on it and details about the artist behind it.