In a finite world such as ours, dealing sustainably with resources is no cup of tea, but a good cup of tea can be the start of sustainable use of resources.
“I Cosini” (Italian for "little beings") were born when Debora was at school, they are the result of all the scribbling all over her cardboard folders…
Thanks to Prudencio, cars become the real stars of reinterpreted classic movie posters. The prints Car and Films are narrative pictures.
Empathy is key in Valentina’s works and all the projects have in common a keen attention to details and a big respect for the artisanal soul of each created piece.
“Vegetable collection”, composed of tables and “madìe” in various sizes, is an ode to natural beauty. It has a very cozy color palette that enhances the features of oak wood in which each piece is made.
Valerio Compagnone illustrations are the result of a creative arrangement of lines, fractured objects and geometric shapes with a tiny bit of stylization and distortion.
Even before a designer, Chiara Ricci can be considered a storyteller and the way she tells stories is by designing products that are often connected to the food industry.
Re-lab gives new meaning and function to those things that apparently no longer have one. Creations are mostly made of recycled wooden pieces.
Editamateria stands for high-end home accessories that born from the collaboration between Italian designers and craftsmen.
StudioMok creative studio makes products that are extremely versatile and conceived for customers who did not settle down yet.
Michelle Carlslund started to work full time as a poster maker and illustrator, and now her posters and cards can be bought in over 200 design shops.
Claudine Etter illustrated cards have two layers. The first has faces and situations but the a second layer permits you to have your own interpretation.