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1. Paterns



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              And with them, or after them, may there not come that even bolder adventurer — the first geolinguist, who, ignoring the delicate, transient lyrics of the lichen, will read beneath it the still less communicative, still more passive, wholly atemporal, cold, volcanic poetry of the rocks: each one a word spoken, how long ago, by the earth itself, in the immense solitude, the immenser community, of space.



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 2. Handmades carpets






                  

         Those carpet are mostly made by wool and handmade in Paris. There are developed from the idea of ‘unform’ as a process of going out of the establish consumation of functionnalisme through design and global consomation. Every carpets are unique pieces.



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3. Consumed cycles




                  

          These pieces are entirely recycled and handemade in Paris. This colaboration started with the desire of give a new life to plastic materials. This research leads us to work plastic with three goals: to adorn, to create and to repare. These pieces are part of the experimentations of adorning, giving to small pieces of brass, useless, found in the trash of artisans, a new life by playing with the general new form of the object.



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4. Constances








          Teenage girls are at an early stage questionned about one major issue: what should be done to get ride of pubic hair. As a matter of fact, pubic hair has a job to do, keeping us warm, unwanted friction and protecting us from bacteria.        - So stop shaving or waxing, leave it alone! -       Our purpose is to help women to be proud and feel good about their feminity with their natural pubic hair “ungainly” plain sigh. We explored and researched different technics of weaving and embrodery in order to create a collection and also experimente with real hair.



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5. Lavori in corso



                  

          These pieces are entirely recycled and handemade in Paris. This colaboration started with the desire of give a new life to plastic materials. This research leads us to work plastic with three goals: to adorn, to create and to repare. These pieces are part of the experimentations of adorning, giving to small pieces of brass, useless, found in the trash of artisans, a new life by playing with the general new form of the object.



Mark