The collection of small monochromatic woman-shaped artifacts is part of the Bixinau project, launched in 2012 as a 3D tribute to all the women, aunts, granmas and girls who livened up the streets of the village throughout the day, to share advice and opinions. The artifact is entirely hand-made with fire-resistant clay, its surface being similar to stone, providing a sophisticated touch. Crafted with a rolled steel leaf technique, kept intentionally porous or smoothed with great skill, it is available in white only, to underline the essence of its matter. It is available in different variants, crafted in limited edition.
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