Amanda de la Rosa
These objects are made with hundreds of trinkets that the designer has collected from all over the world, for more than 25 years.
They are a record of pop aesthetics, of those useless items that have three seconds of life, and then nobody knows what to do with them...;
so they go to the bottom of a drawer and eventually to the bottom of the sea.
These are things that pass through our hands when we are distracted;
so the artist takes them out of context and returns them to you transformed in a unique object.
These exclusive one of a kind pieces can be useful for breaking the ice and initiate conversations, or just find new goodies every time you see them.
Her creations have been bought by collectors and Greenpeace because of her consciousness by recycling and caring for our planet & ecology.
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