Lasse Skovgaard3 Total
Lasse's style, unsurprisingly, reflects that of his father to a great degree. Both father and son exhibit strong stylistic influences from Teddy, and more broadly, the W.Ø. Larsen stylistic school that Teddy did so much to define. As is often the case in this hobby of ours though, these similarities soon diverged, leaving two related but distinctive style. Nowhere is this more apparent than in their more avant-garde pieces where often the seed of a shape — from Lasse's Whale shape to his Elephant's Foot shapes, and more recently his Nut or Shield shapes — can be traced through Benni to Teddy and the Larsen workshop, with the resulting compositions still being very much his own.