Prova Prima is a new collection Richard Ginori created by designer Paola Navone. A contemporary collection on the Impero shape suitable for a young and creative table. Colors stain made by the decorators on a plate in order to find the exactly tonality for their work became the Prova Prima Collection.
Imagine being able to rest on a cloud! Lisa Widén’s design has surprisingly modest dimensions, and will fit into any interior without dominating it. A soft shape that suits tall and short people alike provide a comfortable sitting position. The seat can even switch places with the back support. Cloud manages to be both small and comfy, with a design which is truly contemporary but nonetheless has a hint of the 1950s. It is a play on tradition, twisting conventions ever so slightly.
A one-of-a kind piece, Humpty’s eggy self is hand sculpted out of paper clay over paper mache without the use of any molds. His arms are made of painted cloth that has been sanded and stained, giving it a texture like old leather. His legs and feet are sculpted over wood. His arms are button jointed, allowing them to be posed. He is entirely hand-painted, from the top of his bald head to the tips of his wee little shoes.
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“Contemporary Birds” Print Collection of 6 on 3/4″ wide birch panels.
Individual size:12″ x 12″ (30.5cm x 30.5cm)
Total size: 24″x 36″ (61cm x 91.5cm)
Panels are printed by hand using acrylic paint and silk screen printing techniques on a durable 12×12 cradled wood frame. Each piece has (subtle) handmade irregularities making each one unique and truly one of a kind. Sides are left natural creating a framed effect. Print is varnished to protect it and makes cleaning a breeze (simply wipe with a wet cloth). Ready to hang – signed/dated on the back.
Colors in this contemporary color palette are shown in the first image! (Colored backgrounds with black screen print)