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Bouquet transportable is a delicate paper bouquet.
It arrived in a square envelope filled with care.
Inside it there were leaves and paper flowers, a handwritten gift-note and a copper wire.
Everyone can create Bouquet Transportable it as he wishes, carried by the paper and copper wires.
I have created as pushed by the wind, inside a milk jug that I love it but I never use.
Bouquet transportable is a project by Silvia Robertelli, a young illustrator from Genoa that I knew (at least virtually) immediately after the interview with Letizia Iannaccone.
She showed me her project and I fell in love. I was fascinated by the idea of giving something to create.
When I opened the package, I saw the care with which it was packed and I was excited. The copper-colored envelope, the handwritten note, the copper wire and paper leaves. It was something created with love, by hand and with passion.
Work in progress
And so I started to create my Bouquet transportable. I drilled every piece of paper with a pin, I passed the copper wire and decided how many branches were to have my paper bouquet.
The passage of the composition was the most difficult: I wanted that each branch was fully visible and had a harmonious shape. I modeled for a few minutes and I think I succeeded.
My Bouquet Transportable
Et voilà: I finished my Bouquet Transportable, which is now on the cupboard in the kitchen. Beside him the brown sugar and coffee cups.
Silvia is a young girl who is experimenting with new ways of illustration. She’s a girl who writes you a mail with congratulations and makes you better day.
If you like Bouquet Transportable, you should write her. Here is her e-mail address.
Have a nice weekend!
| photography Davide Buscaglia |