Green Screen Ad blocker

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Surround yourself with the beauty of flowers and plants with the Green Screen ad blocker. With a couple of clicks you can replace your banner ads with flower art designed by world-famous creatives. Opt for rugged roses from tattoo artist Henk Schiffmacher, the slick street art of DJ Loco Dice and graffiti artist Hoxxoh, the romance of creative innovator Geraldine Wharry or avant-garde 3D from fashion label Pigalle_______.

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Artwork

These are our floral banners, especially designed for Green Screen.

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Pigalle

Pigalle

Design brand Pigalle is the brainchild of designer Stephane Ashpool, previously one of the founders of Vide9, with which he produced shows for Rick Owens, Gareth Pugh, Christian Dior and Nike. For Green Screen Stephane worked with his fiancee and jewellery designer Marissa Seraphin. ‘Petals have a sort of sacred beauty for us - that was the starting point for our 3D flowers. Combined with real flowers from Debeaulieu that becomes tangible in Green Screen.’ Marissa: ‘Green Screen brings a piece of nature, a piece of the countryside to your screen. It provides colourful energy in the way that only flowers can.’

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Geraldine Wharry

Geraldine Wharry

Very few people have as much influence over design and fashion as Geraldine Wharry. She not only spots trends, but also creates them for brands like Nivea, Nike, Vans, Asos, Louis Vuitton and Shiseido. 'Flowers and plants are my great love. They represent inspiration and colour, they're therapeutic. They keep surprising you. I wanted to express that so I used a combination of techniques: collages, distortion, scanning. I want to make something really special. Green Screen is perfect for me: it makes art part of your daily life.’

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Henk Schiffmacher

Henk Schiffmacher

Henk Schiffmacher is almost as much of a Dutch icon as tulips and windmills. The world’s most famous tattoo artist has inked global stars like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams and Pearl Jam. Peonies grace the stained-glass windows in a shop and are the love of his life. Henk has etched the flower on his customers’ skin thousands of times. But he is also increasingly moved into drawing and painting. ‘Creating flower illustrations is a relief compared to tattooing. The canvas doesn’t talk back, doesn’t tremble and doesn’t faint. I love it.’ His great love of flowers fits well with Green Screen. ‘Flowers tell a story without words. It’s no surprise that we give them to one another so often. You can’t look at flowers often enough.’

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Loco Dice x Hoxxoh

Loco Dice x Hoxxoh

One minute you’re collecting music and playing records occasionally in the local youth centre, the next minute you’re working with artists like Usher, Ice Cube, Jamiroquai and Snoop Dogg. That’s the story of rapper / DJ / producer Loco Dice. ‘For me, nature - and flowers and plants in particular - represents the ultimate innocence. Hoxxoh: ‘My work is repetitive, almost mechanical, just like Loco’s. I translate the wavelengths of his beats into taut graphical flowers.’ Banners remind him of the placemats in fast food restaurants from his youth. ‘All those ads that are fired at you: it distracts, you didn’t ask for them. Green Screen fills that space with a sea of inspiration.’

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Geraldine Wharry

Geraldine Wharry

Very few people have as much influence over design and fashion as Geraldine Wharry. She not only spots trends, but also creates them for brands like Nivea, Nike, Vans, Asos, Louis Vuitton and Shiseido. 'Flowers and plants are my great love. They represent inspiration and colour, they're therapeutic. They keep surprising you. I wanted to express that so I used a combination of techniques: collages, distortion, scanning. I want to make something really special. Green Screen is perfect for me: it makes art part of your daily life.’

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Loco Dice x Hoxxoh

Loco Dice x Hoxxoh

One minute you’re collecting music and playing records occasionally in the local youth centre, the next minute you’re working with artists like Usher, Ice Cube, Jamiroquai and Snoop Dogg. That’s the story of rapper / DJ / producer Loco Dice. ‘For me, nature - and flowers and plants in particular - represents the ultimate innocence. Hoxxoh: ‘My work is repetitive, almost mechanical, just like Loco’s. I translate the wavelengths of his beats into taut graphical flowers.’ Banners remind him of the placemats in fast food restaurants from his youth. ‘All those ads that are fired at you: it distracts, you didn’t ask for them. Green Screen fills that space with a sea of inspiration.’

Artwork

These are our floral banners, especially designed for Green Screen.