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‘Fruit Ninja’ homewares by Mathery

January 30, 2014

Each vessel in Mathery’s Fruit Ninja range has been made just as you may imagine, with designers Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli slicing fruit into shapes (with analogue knives and sensible dexterity), reassembling them together and casting in resin.

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Each vessel in Mathery‘s Fruit Ninja range has been made just as you may imagine, with designers Erika Zorzi and Matteo Sangalli slicing fruit into shapes (with analogue knives and sensible dexterity), reassembling them together and casting in resin.

2009 graduates of the Bachelors of Product Design from NABA in Milan, Erika and Matteo create their homewares by hand in Melbourne, which are available in store at the National Gallery of Victoria or online here.

www.mathery.it

 

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