Kreol brings you a series of paintings by Jean-March Hunt for you to hang at home
Ti-Punch Molotov, made by Jean Marc Hunt is a must have piece of art for your Mansionly home. The use of the right colours at the right places makes it even more worthy. The merger of subtle shades with a few bold ones is all the more interesting as we speak. Deduce the painting the way you like and say hello to this unique canvas painting and make your home look like a million bucks. Your mansionly home will look all the more appealing with this one of a kind painting.
Kreol West Indies
This innovative concept of historical exhibition, a kind of time machine combining contemporary arts and objects of heritage, proposes an original scenography reconstructing each prehistoric and historical period, by chronological strata: "pre-Columbian civilizations", "flibust and piracy" Traditional tools and objects "," Creole interior of the 19th century ", the cabinet of curiosities" and "the 1940s".
The Kreol approach is resolutely oriented towards preservation, restoration of heritage and eco-citizenship.
The production is carried out locally (silkscreen made in Guadeloupe, embroidery and products from the earth to Marie-Galante). This allows them to contribute to local economic development.
Kreol develops a line 100% local production and 100% eco-citizen