An austere face, halfway between ancient and modern, strong and fragile. Giotto by Alessandro Mendini is a winged lord who is destined to hold our gaze. A psychic being whose narrow eyes tell an unspoken tale: perhaps it is a talisman or an omen for art, or maybe it is the custodian of the mysteries and elegance of Italian creativity.
This is a masterpiece by Italian designer Alessandro Mendini (1931-2019). His style is radical and post-modern. This opaline sculpture is remarkable for its originality and its timeless style
MISTA is the term used to define the combination of several techniques used by the master glass maker to create prestigious glass objects with particular characteristics: the balanced mix of several crafting techniques gives the final work a strong personality and enriches its identity.
The magnificence of Italian art is reflected in the piercing gaze on its painted faces, in the colorful wings of its angels and in the rich shades of its blue sky. Giotto stems from a feeling of genuine admiration.