Olive trees, roosters, owls, pumi, Klimtian transpositions on ceramics, but also very original favors and important artistic projects. This and much more is what we find in Grottaglie (TA), in the heart of Puglia, from an idea of two ceramic brothers, Donatello and Gianni Spagnulo who create and decorate unique and colorful ceramics.
The beauty of Apulian ceramics among olive trees, pumi and klimtian transpositions – La Terra Incantata
Unique and original bags, clutches and suitcases, the result of the inventiveness of Giusy Balzano Fashion Design and the craftsmanship of the master Guido Lacquaniti.
Gabriele Pici, a craftsman born in Salento, began his career twenty years ago, when he learned to use his first chisel, thanks to the master and sculptor Renzo Buttazzo. We at Madeinitalyfor.me have known Gabriele for several years. We felt immediately in love with his creations and wanted him with us already in the first […]
Microstudio is a self-produced design brand that originated in 2011 in Pescara, from an idea of the young architect Fabrizio Susi.
Marta Driusso, from the Academy of Fine Arts to the conception of CeramicPaper for the creation of unique jewels
Marta Driusso, a young artist from Portogruaro, only 30 years old but has already created a material egg, the CeramicPaper, with which she creates splendid fashion accessories, shiny, waterproof, resistant and very light.
Michele Santalucia walk between two distant but close worlds. He work and decorate porcelain with a 10+ years skill creating true piece of art and objects with inimitable design.
Massimo Ripa, a goldsmith from Marche (an Italian region), wants to uproot one of the cornerstones of Italian culture: art are destined to live in dusty cases to be observed but don’t touch. Massimo’s jewels are instead made to be looked and touched at the same time!
Giorgia born in Piacenza. A master of the art of restoration which now creates unique artistic pieces in “unusual” materials.
Vogliamo dedicare la seconda parte del nostro articolo dedicato ai musei d’artigianato in Piemonte a quelle esposizioni meno tipiche, convenzionali, che anche grazie a queste caratteristiche possono suscitare curiosità ed interesse.
Tra gli attrezzi che hanno segnato il corso dell’evoluzione umana il coltello è certamente uno dei primi e dei più importanti: si è passati dalle prime lame in selce e ossidiana, alle lame in rame, bronzo, ferro fino ad arrivare all’acciaio.