Skount and Pau Quintana Jornet Make a “Spring Offering”

In Amsterdam the temperature is above freezing and the trees are beginning to show little buds on the branches. With any luck this new “spring offering” by Skount and Pau Quintana Jornet will usher in the end of winter faster.

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Pau Quintana Jornet and Skount collaboration in Amsterdam. “Spring Offering” (photo © Skount)

Inspired by Norse mythology, their mural is a modern interpretation of the goddess named Freya, who, not surprisingly, rules over matters regarding fertility and love, and also provides for those killed in war. With a nod to Norse sorcery, war, and death, there also represented is a holy tree named Yggdrasil that reaches far into the soil and far into the heavens.

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Pau Quintana Jornet and Skount collaboration in Amsterdam. “Spring Offering”. Detail. (photo © Skount)

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Pau Quintana Jornet and Skount collaboration in Amsterdam. “Spring Offering”. Detail. (photo © Skount)

 

Pau Quintana Jornet’s long term initiative called Project Wallflowers HERE.

 

 

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