Limited edition copyright prints
Same seasoning for different pasta shapes !!! Limited edition, only 100 numbered and signed copies.
Michele Mancaniello, graphic designer, designer and musician. He studied Graphics at the IED and graduated with honors in Industrial Design at La Sapienza in Rome with a thesis entitled “FOODESIGN – la cultura del progetto in tavola” (free download).
In 2008 he collaborated with Studio Valle Architetti for the preparation of the exhibition, and of the related catalog published by Skira, for the 50 years of the studio. In March 2009, he participated as a speaker at Food & Sign, a meeting at the New Fair of Rome on the evolution of design for food; in December 2009 he took care of the organization and participated as a lecturer in the “Food Design” workshop of La Sapienza University of Rome for DesignWeek and in April 2010 organized the 2nd edition of Food & Sign at the Nuova Fiera di Roma. Since 2010, for three consecutive editions, he has collaborated with Terreni Fertili and Donpasta for the organization of SOULFOOD, a series of events on food and sustainability.
After the experience of Impiattozero, a blog entirely dedicated to food design, he occasionally wrote about Gorgelous and Cotton-mag. In 2008 he releases the first series of “Le Paste” (amatriciana, carbonara, cacio e pepe, gricia) which is hosted and marketed by the Slurpdesign.it platform.
As a musician, a past with the Ak-47, historical formation of the Italian militant rap, and numerous collaborations (among which RestaRasta, R.D.E., Phosporous, FastenBelt, Donpasta, 2Hurt).
Trenette al Pesto
The history of Ligurian pasta is documented by notarial deeds kept in the State Archives of Genoa, which ascertain the existence of a local production of dried pasta since 1244.
It was in Genoa that the first Guild of Pasta makers was established, and also here, in 1794, the oldest Italian pasta factory began to operate.
Exclusively for Paccottiglia.
LeRomane in 50x70cm format
Buy 2 prints of your choice: shipping is free (only for Italy)
“Ode to the most loved food in the world”
In the era of the digitized image, a good plate of pasta becomes a matrix, a pattern consisting of a few colored elements that are repeated on the sheet in a serial manner.
The reproducibility in series of the recipe, as in the illustrated illustration, contrasts with the act of cooking as an artistic expression that is never the same as itself.
Each print is designed starting from the shapes and colors of the ingredients of the dish which inspired it.
The prints are made and digitally printed on high quality ecological paper (Favini Shiro Echo 300 gr.)
Each new series is initially produced in a limited edition of 100 pcs. after which unnumbered reprints follow.
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LePaste by Michele Mancaniello
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