• Technique Liquid gloss
  • Size 33 cm
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Art Candy Toffee – Chanel

Unique artwork by Ad van Hassel

Art Candy Toffee – Chanel is a stunning sculpture created by renowned Dutch artist Ad van Hassel. This artwork is a sophisticated combination of modern design and classic elements, uniquely incorporating the iconic Chanel logo.

Special materials and finishes

Unlike shiny toffees, this Art Candy Toffee is made of acrylic and finished with a corten steel effect. This gives the sculpture the illusion of rusty or oxidized iron, contributing to a special and contemporary look. The artwork is placed on a stylish stainless steel pedestal and has a height of 33 cm.

Perfect gift

This beautiful sculpture comes in a beautiful gift box, making it a perfect gift for art lovers and design enthusiasts. Whether for someone special or for yourself, the Art Candy Toffee – Chanel is sure to impress.

Visit our gallery

Would you like to admire this sculpture in real life? Then visit our gallery at Prinses Julianaplein 66 in Amersfoort. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to assist you and answer all your questions.

Looking for customization?

Are you looking for a larger size or a specific customization? Feel free to contact us for options! We are happy to think with you to meet all your needs.

About the artist: Ad van Hassel

Ad van Hassel (Roosendaal, 1953) is a versatile Dutch artist who began painting in 1980. After going through various creative disciplines, he opened two exclusive galleries in the Sonesta and Krasnapolsky hotels in Amsterdam in 1983. Since 1990, Ad has used the screen printing technique, not only for his own work but also for that of other artists. Among others, he was Herman Brood’s regular printer and worked with artists such as Corneille, Jan Cremer, Rob Scholte, Shunyam and Peter Diem.

After the death of such luminaries as Herman Brood and Corneille, Ad turned his expertise to a new technique: CNC laser cutting and milling of various materials. This creates the insanely colored sculptures for which he is now known. The demand for his artworks is extremely high and they find their way to art lovers both at home and abroad.