December 2014 – Part II –
Jingle bells. It’s Christmas time and the sun is still with us. I come back from Rome were I did the Mercato Monti. It was a real pleasure to meet great, talented and old friends there. If I have to be honest I don’t really love to stay all the day hoping that visitors will understand what I do, why and how. Luckily Mercato Monti is different for 2 reasons.
1) The organisers did a great marketing job and at the moment this market is one of the best in Italy. I’m sure.
2) Most of the exhibitors and the organizers love me and my ceramics. So they strongly support me and my ceramics.
Here below you will find a selection of pictures that I ripped off from the Mercato Monti’s Facebook page (click here).
There is another important news that you have to know. I took part to a project named Heartists (click here): 15 artists donated an artwork to create a print (70×100 cm) that you can buy for 15 euros. All the money will donated to an association that help alley cats and stray dogs. Choose your print and order… it’s important. I’m not an illustrator so they decide to took a picture of my work “Fossi stato più furbo“. The picture has been taken by Dario Miale, as usually, so thank you Dario.
Do you remember about Pepo (click here) and the project Grottangeles (click here)?
For Christmas we decided to collaborate realizing a combo pack. You can receive my ceramic fruit basket + his jumper for only 60 euro. It will be a perfect gift, your perfect present. Order it, come on.
Last week I met in my studio Monica, a girl with a positive and intensive energy that you can feel 100 km far from the earth. She has a blog and when she went back home wrote a small post about her day. Inside there were a couple of sentences that made me happy. If you speak italian you can click here.