The Night You Left Coasters

$115
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters
The Night You Left Coasters

The Night You Left Coasters

$115

Color
Black
Red
Pink
Silver
Gold

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Coasters don't have to be basic. Case in point: Nir Hod's decadent four-piece set is inspired by the artist's groundbreaking  oil-on-mirror paintings appropriately entitled ‘The Night You Left’.

Hod explains: “There is a certain magic in loneliness, you have to be alone to create. It’s not about drugs or glamour, it’s about the inside world, where you can dream and love and seek a greater truth.”

Topped with a reflective mirrored finish featuring printed and raised white powder, each coaster is lined in non-slip velvet and comes packaged in in a sleek matte black box. The perfect gift for your hedonistic friends or the attention-getting centerpiece of cocktails for four, these drinking accessories are all lined up and ready for extra-strong cocktails served with a side of high-quality...well, you know what we're talking about (hint: it starts with a 'c'). 

The Red coasters were made exclusively for the Standard Hotel.

The Silver coasters were made exclusively for TRADE at PUBLIC Hotel.

Black coasters to ship first week of December.

Artist

Nir Hod

Work

The Night You Left, 2016

Edition

Open edition.

Size

4in x 4in

Details

Set of 4 acrylic coasters with velvet backing.

About Nir Hod

The Thinker.

You can’t help but be drawn into Nir Hod’s pieces, so deep and magnetic is their pull. Hod’s art begs an emotional investment – or at least an investment of serious contemplation, or conversation. Primarily a painter, Hod also works in sculpture, film and canvas. He explores themes of beauty, sexuality, decadence and lost innocence. Some of his work could be described as abstract, and his paintings often have a glamorous feel thanks to his use of Old Masters techniques. Other pieces mix and merge styles and are clear depictions of the contrasts that can exist in people: that fine line between innocent and narcissistic; highly polished and slightly askew. These contrasts can feel exposing and uncomfortable to look at, but this is deliberate – Hod’s work is never naïve. His aim is not to express, or even encourage judgment. Instead, it’s to control and draw attention, invoking curiosity. Everything is raw and visceral.

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