Massimo Lunardon VS Emiliano Ponzi
“We thought it would be very interesting to work with some illustrators linked to Corraini," explains Massimo Lunardon. "I have always collaborated with artists, architects and designers of all kinds and I have always found it very entertaining and stimulating.”
This is how Massimo Lunardon describes his collaboration with 4 illustrators to create 4 pieces for the exhibition VETRI DI-SEGNI E ALFABETI at Galleria Maurizio Corraini.
- Limited edition of 7
- Height: 22 cm
- Diameter: 11 cm
- The illustrator's drawing is a fine art digital print, included with the vase.
Graduated in Industrial Design at the Domus Academy, Massimo Lunardon (Marostica, 1964) developed his artistic research around glass. He collaborated with some of the most important design companies (such as Artemide, Flos and Memphis) and realized objects for renowned designers from Italy and abroad.
His works have been on display in various personal and collective exhibitions including the Biennale del Vetro in Venice, Art Biennale of Dakar, Contemporary decorative Arts Sotheby’s London, Kunst Museum Düsseldorf, Galerie Dongey Paris.
Emiliano Ponzi is one of the most important Italian contemporary illustrators. He works with international publishing houses, newspapers and magazines such as “The New York Times”, “Le Monde”, “The New Yorker”, Penguin Books, Feltrinelli. His clients include the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Armani, Ferrari and Lavazza. Ha has published 10×10 (Corraini Edizioni, 2011), The Journey of the Penguin (Penguin Books, 2015) and The Great New York Subway Map (MOMA New York, 2018).