Silkscreen Print DICIOTTO, IL PORCELLO by Enzo Mari - 45x70cm 01

Silkscreen Print DICIOTTO, IL PORCELLO by Enzo Mari - 45x70cm

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DICIOTTO, IL PORCELLO is a three-colour silkscreen print that is part of the "Serie della Natura" created by Enzo Mari and produced in Italy.

This fun, pink decoration will liven any space. Designed thanks to a desire to transform images into symbols by eliminating the superfluous and exalting meaning.

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Color: Pink, White

Material: Paper

Dimensions (cm): H 45.0 x W 70.0

Dimensions (in): H 17.7 x W 27.6

Weight: 0.2kg

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Enzo Mari

Enzo Mari, born in Novara in 1932, works in different directions, from graphics to design and architecture.

In 2002 the Faculty of Architecture of the Milan Polytechnic awarded him an honorary degree in industrial design.

Design is only design if it communicates knowledge

His works are exhibited at the Venice Biennale, the Milan Triennale, the Schloss Charlottenburg in Berlin, the M.I.C. of Faenza, at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome, and at the MoMA in New York.

For the calibre of his research, he was awarded many prizes including four Compasso d'Oro.