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DEARTH – Tiger

After having both participated in the Contemporary Design Market 2021, Pieter Bostoen and Gilles Mayk Navangi are joining forces for the 2022 edition.

Driven and supported by Flanders Dc, this collaboration aims to promote exchange, dialogue and cultural diversity. The objective is to confront different perceptions of design and thus open the way to new visual languages and artistic movements.

For this collaboration, Pieter and Mayk dug deep into their interests, motivations and worldviews in order to come up with a project representative of their respective identities. From there on the idea was born of making objects that honor the fauna and flora. The result are ceramic vessels symbolizing endangered animals.

These objects are jars, totems, meditative sculptures, which advocate contemplation and benevolence towards the animal kingdom.

Through this project, they wish to draw attention to the tragic fate of certain animals due to the profit and exploitation of biodiversity. 

Virunga National Park is the richest protected area in Africa, home to more than a thousand species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, as well as one-third of the world’s endangered mountain gorillas.

A percentage of the profits from the sales of the DEARTH project will be donated to this organization which fights against war, poaching and illegal activities in defense of animals.

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Description

Unique sculpture. Each piece get’s a certificate of authenticity, signed by the artists. The sculpture can be made to order. Please note that the color for an ordered piece will be totally different than the one displayed since each piece is unique. Please feel free to contact us for any inquiries.

Specifications

– Material & color

White clay stoneware with black and white glaze

– Size

45 x 45 x 40 cm

– Weight

8 kg

– Production year

2022

Delivery time

Item will be shipped in 1-2 weeks

Weight:
8 kg
Dimensions:
45 × 45 × 40 cm

Quantity

Price

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