Artist creates stunning works of art using food as her medium. The Italian artist produces intricate paintings that look as though they’ve been created by spills or drippings from a spoon. Portraits, animals, and sprawling seas appear so effortlessly crafted that they look like they were just happenstance.
The design of the 'Rocking Swing' takes details of the language of both objects - the rocking chair and the swing - combines it in a subtle way to break it down to the essential. Clear lines invite the user to understand the functions: the seat in leather is hanging with ropes in the metallic main frame to allow swinging while the frame itself is formed to have blades and generate a gentle rocking movement.
The Lilium Series were created to explore the relationship between the geometric and the organic, mixing symmetrical repetitions with elaborate abstract shapes. Through each of these techniques, the designer captures natural growth, calling forth nature’s sometimes random generations and curious patterns.
"Vache A Lait", designed for the exhibiton "Milk LAB, designers reinvent milk", is a lovely project to reconnect people with where milk comes from. There's "The Domestic Cow" dispenser and "The Milking Glass". A fusion of two basics of umpteen past generations - the milk jug and milk urn - it reminds us that before becoming an industrial product, milk is the product of a living animal.