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No name by Carlos I. Silva - Tavlo

The wood used is from a plank extracted from a tree that fell due to the impact of Hurricane María in Puerto Rico. The contours of the structure come from a hand drawing. It is a zigzag pattern with rapid letter strokes that refers to an act of graphic expression trapped by a structure. The color blue brings to mind the mixture of the sky and the sea which is for me a symbol of our beautiful island of Puerto Rico.

Materials: Almond wood (Terminalia catappa), resin and pigments. Oil and wax based finish.

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Carlos I. Silva

Fundador "Tavlo"/Diseñador

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Relation with Cristiano:

I met Cristiano in 2010 at the International School of Design when I joined as Director of Laboratories and professor. We were colleagues and collaborated on many occasions. I have a lot of admiration for him and it is a pleasure to be able to collaborate again on this beautiful project. It is an honor for me to have been invited and to be part of such a talented group of artists and designers.

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