Etsy Shop – Art Gift Box Set

So excited!

If you are following me on Instagram you may already know that I released a brand new project (if you don’t, take a tour of my account here!).¬†Since months I was thinking to realise a gift box to insert some prints and other little “paper goodies“, and to to sell it on my Etsy store, but I never had the chance to seriously focus on the idea.

Now the time has come, and I am super proud to show you the final result. Last week I also asked from my Instagram some suggestions for the logo series that I created, and your comments were truly helpful, thanks a lot!

Below you can see a beautiful photo shoot of the art gift box (thanks Bart!), on Etsy you can find all the details of what the set contains and other useful info. The box set is now available as a promotional limited edition of 10 pieces, so if you are planning to make a super affordable art gift, hurry up!

I hope to have some¬†feedbacks from you all, thanks again for your support too ūüôā

Hitrecord – Childhood Collaboration 006

Childhood Collab!

This is the last batch of collages realized for this project. I hope you enjoy!

I experimented¬†through the Hitrecord website on vintage portraits that users share on this portal. For the first time I wanted to work on images of people that can recognize themseves in the pictures.¬†This was a big challenge, I was terrified by the idea to manipulate a portrait of someone that is part of the memories “attached” to it. I wanted to create a connection between the images and also to give to these photos a personal interpretation.

The result is a body of work composed of 64 postcard sized photo reproductions of 5 selected retro portraits. I will put them in little groups of 10 or so. The project is part of the Childhood collaboration.

Hitrecord – Childhood Collaboration 005

Childhood Collab!

This is a new batch of collages realized for this project.

I experimented¬†through the Hitrecord website on vintage portraits that users share on this portal. For the first time I wanted to work on images of people that can recognize themseves in the pictures.¬†This was a big challenge, I was terrified by the idea to manipulate a portrait of someone that is part of the memories “attached” to it. I wanted to create a connection between the images and also to give to these photos a personal interpretation.

The result is a body of work composed of 64 postcard sized photo reproductions of 5 selected retro portraits. I will put them in little groups of 10 or so. The project is part of the Childhood collaboration.

Hitrecord – Childhood Collaboration 004

Childhood Collab!

This is a new batch of collages realized for this project.

I experimented¬†through the Hitrecord website on vintage portraits that users share on this portal. For the first time I wanted to work on images of people that can recognize themseves in the pictures.¬†This was a big challenge, I was terrified by the idea to manipulate a portrait of someone that is part of the memories “attached” to it. I wanted to create a connection between the images and also to give to these photos a personal interpretation.

The result is a body of work composed of 64 postcard sized photo reproductions of 5 selected retro portraits. I will put them in little groups of 10 or so. The project is part of the Childhood collaboration.

Hitrecord – Childhood Collaboration 003

Childhood Collab!

This is the third batch of collages realized for this project.

I experimented¬†through the Hitrecord website on vintage portraits that users share on this portal. For the first time I wanted to work on images of people that can recognize themseves in the pictures.¬†This was a big challenge, I was terrified by the idea to manipulate a portrait of someone that is part of the memories “attached” to it. I wanted to create a connection between the images and also to give to these photos a personal interpretation.

The result is a body of work composed of 64 postcard sized photo reproductions of 5 selected retro portraits. I will put them in little groups of 10 or so. The project is part of the Childhood collaboration.