Project CULTURE Presents Delicate Hand Painted Stools –  This contemporary design flowered stool is one of the pioneer art pieces created by the Project CULTURE where craftsmanship has the leading role… Find out more in here!

 

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Since it features several ancient crafting techniques, the delicate hand-painted stools turned out to be a unique detailed masterpiece! Project CULTURE created by Covet Foundation it’s a way of celebrating the finest craftsmanship all around the world. This Creative Hub allows master artisansplastic artists and designers to work together searching for new artistic ways to express themselves and create beautiful hand-made masterpieces.

If you think about the multiple hours of hard work, dedication and passion that is needed to create these unique masterpieces, we can understand why the highest level of excellence and quality can only be achieved by the finest craftsmanship.

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As you know, painting is one of the most ancient and popular arts in the world… It looks so simple at first sight but what many people can imagine is that this meticulous technique brings many challenges to any master artisanplastic artist or designer. Adapting ancient techniques generally used to create smaller decorative objects into furniture is not easy, but the Project CULTURE seams to have created a unique stool design

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Handpainted Stool. Photo: ©Covet Foundation

This exclusive and limited-edition art piece resulted from one of CULTURE’s many workshops, where the hand-painted stools in oil and acrylic paint. The oil version was designed by Joaquim and handcrafted by Oficina Santa Barbara. The magic of it is in the contrast between the black background and the colorful yet gentle and naturalistic flowers. On the other side, the hand-painted acrylic stool is more geometrical in its design and was conceived by the plastic artist Hugo Santos.


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Here are some pictures that show the back stage of the creative process:

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Behind the scenes: how it all stars. Photo: ©Covet Foundation

 

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The paintbrushes used by the plastic artist, Hugo Santos. Photo: ©Covet Foundation

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Sketch on the stool. Photo: ©Covet Foundation

 

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Plastic Artist Hugo Santos. Photo: ©Hugo Santos
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