Semi-Permanent Ink: Artist Charlotte Mann collaborates with Wolf Gordon on art installation in Brooklyn

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Drawing on Wink dry erase surface by UK artist Charlotte Mann at Gowanus Souvenir Shop Brooklyn, NY

(Courtesy Wolf Gordon)

Wolf Gordon’s impressive Wink surface can turn any wall into a dry erase board. The design possibilities are endless considering Wink is completely translucent and can be applied to any color paint, wood, metal, or patterned wall covering without changing the original look.

Drawing on Wink dry erase surface by UK artist Charlotte Mann at Gowanus Souvenir Shop Brooklyn, NY

(Courtesy Wolf Gordon)

U.K.–based artist Charlotte Mann created a site-specific, large-scale installation at the Gowanus Souvenir Shop using the product that is on view until March 13.

The 1:1 scale drawing is different from her typical pieces, which are much more permanent. Mann said that, “Using dry erase as a medium actually made things easier because I could change my mind, and allowed me to improvise.”

A portion of the installation has been photographed and reproduced as a limited-edition digital wall covering that is for sale at Gowanus Souvenir Shop, 543 Union Street, in Brooklyn.

View a time-lapse video of the project below:

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