Celebrate Design With Project Culture’s Handcrafted Designs – Founded by Covet Foundation, Project CULTURE is the material concretization of a dream that belongs to every single person who celebrates the finest craftsmanship all around the world.
This Creative Hub allows master artisans, plastic artists and designers to work together searching for new artistic ways to express themselves and create beautiful masterpieces. And today, My Design Week is going to show you some exclusive design collection of handcrafted masterpieces entitled ArtsTool!
ArtsTool Collection was born from the reinterpretation of the contemporary designs, Erosion, and Carved by Boca do Lobo. These twelve exquisite pieces brought to life thanks to talented hands and ancient techniques challenged everyone, pushing the limits of Arts and Crafts. The results are masterworks filled with the soul of their makers and thinkers, a tribute to the handcrafted process, cultural heritage and legacy.
With a simple stool, we can travel through the ages, using practices full of history and meaning. Challenging the traditional concepts of the finest craftsmanship and keeping alive the spirit of experimentation, CULTURE is the perfect place to share knowledge, ideas and to innovate.
Several different ancient techniques and arts, such as marble work, Murano glass sculpture, wood carving, marquetry, acrylic and oil painting, among others, are there merged into one single purpose: create something beautiful.
From the Creative Atelier to Workshops, all related tools and equipment are provided to create pioneering handcrafted art pieces. ArtsTool is Project CULTURE’s first Limited Edition Series which gives makers the opportunity to integrate galleries and private rooms, along with careful promotion, offering a career-defining opening.
The CULTURE Creative Hub is assembling its first steps towards a brighter future for the craftsmanship world and the experimental handcrafted works of art taking shape in the artistic atelier are only the beginning. More projects are still to come, and Covet Foundation wants as many people involved in the process as possible.
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