Anthropomorphic shapes are a recurring element in Dainelli Studio’s aesthetic. After experimenting with canvases, fabrics and marbles, the creative duo has chosen to experiment with these familiar and familiar forms, using a new material: ceramics.
The Faces Ceramic collection of decorative sculptures takes up stylized faces, a tribute to Cubism and Bauhaus, giving a new material quality to the project. Ceramic reinterprets the faces in a softer way, rounding off the sharp edges that characterized the first marble versions made for Artemest.
In the Faces Ceramic versions, the shapes and thicknesses of the nose and eyes interact with the light in a different way, by capturing or reflecting it.
Available in three colors – chalk, wasabi and black – and in different variations and sizes, these totemic sculptures offer the potential for many chromatic and dimensional customizations.