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Stefano Marocchi



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upcycled lamps project Violett Gas by Blume Labo

“Viölett Gas” Series

“17th September 1944, Ardennes. 101 Airborne Forces. An C47 aircraft off course heading to Dunkirk jettisons its crew and definitely misses the target. While trying to return to the  muster point, the men come across a trap door that leads to an underground bunker. They enter cautiously and discover a strange laboratory full of various objects they cannot easily identify. Each part has the same brand name punched in the metal: Viölett Gas”. read more
acrylic on canvas emotional regurgitations studio 2

“Emotional Regurgitations” series

Francesco Paolicchi’s series of eight acrylic on canvas and acrylic on paper paintings, Emotional Regurgitations, bare a sense of heavy anguish and are full of inner conflict in his scenes of androgynous figures haunted by dripping demons baring sharp teeth and glowing orbs that approach from behind. The figures carry a sense of burden with forlorn faces, although, indistinct with gaping mouths and ghoulish eyes. read more
limited edtion design project War Chairs by SPK..OKB

“War Chairs” Project

With the notion of “recovering the past with an eye to the future”, Italian artist duo SPK..OKB’s War Chairs exclusive chair collection has been brought to light. There is a fluidity in their artistic partnership: OKB focuses on the conceptual and is the primary designer while SPK is the “doer” and uses his hands to create whilst adding his own ideas in the process. In collaboration with the skill of a long-time craftsman read more
oin painting on canvas antiportrait by Federica Poletti art

“Antiportrait” Series

Antiportrait by Federica Poletti is a series of oil paintings on canvas showing faces like disturbing masks in the act of mutating colour, shape, material as gloomy visions deforming image and look. Indeed darkness, symbolism and transmutation are the elements that characterize Federica Poletti’s art. The main subjects of her works are disturbing archetypal figures and ominous that arise from the contamination between the intimate unconscious and the grim reality read more