I’m Giorgio di Palma and I was born in Grottaglie, Taranto, Italy in the 1981. I have no experience to boast about art institutes and academies. I studied Archaeology, and my first job hadn’t nothing to do with the world of art. I worked as computer technician in Budapest, solving other computer problems in the morning and dabbling in painting in the night. I loved painting my dog Lucky next to characters of my imagination. But one day, in the 2009, I decided to bring us back home. Now I am working with ceramic, like my father and other people in Grottaglie do. I work in my own way. I always avoid to give my objects a real function. In an age of waste and excess, I want to create unusable handmade products. I just want they live on in their pottery revival. Even imperfection itself may have its added value, a good way to distinguish my style.