CAFÉ ASHTRAY, 2021

Villa Arev X Ok Final

Regular price €238,33
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100 pieces by the color
Handcrafted in Paris
Exclusive French Cliche
4 colors available
Signed by the artist

The "Café" collection, is about encounters. The graphic designer duo OK FINAL, the ceramist VILLA AREV and the label FRENCH CLICHE. 

Industrial culture and the 70's promotional ashtrays meet the Parisian Art Nouveau aesthetic. 

Collective psyche meets a new vision upon French Culture 

Resulting generous shapes, a range of acidulous and summery colors and a very contemporary collection.

Object information :

. Hand painted and glazed earthenware

. Ø 22 cm x H4 cm

. Limited edition of 100 pieces by the color 

. Signed and numbered 

. Handcrafted in France

. Made to order in 2 weeks 

Created by Villa Arev
Gabrielle Thomassian created Villa Arev in 2017 in Paris. She develops and creates bright and pop ceramics in a contemporary style. Her designs are fi lled with fresh and summery symbols in a holiday-like mood. It is a mediterranean dive. ...see more
OK FINAL X VILLA AREV
VILLA  AREV Since graduating from the BA (hons) Ceramic Design at Central Saint Martin School of Art in London, Gabrielle Thomassian created&n bsp;Villa Arev in 2017 in Paris. She develops and creates bright and pop ceramics in a contemporary style that is inspired by the work of Bernard Palissy, and Ettore Sottsass or Marco Zanini from the Memphis group. Arev means sun in Armenian. Villa Arev designs are filled with fresh and summery symbols in a holiday-like mood. It is a mediterranean dive. In a few words…  Villa Arev is a joyful brand, handcrafting unique pieces or limited editions; objects we don’t necessarily need but which will make you terribly happy.   OK FINAL OK FINAL, is a graphic designers studio by Hortense Proust and Louis Ziegle. After three years in creative agencies spent betweenNew York and Paris (Yorgo & co., 2 × 4, Mother Design, Convoy), Hortense specializes in artistic direction for digital projects and branding. In parallel of his experiencing several creative agencies (Agence in Paris, Change is Good, Label Famille), Louis developes his graphic design though self-initiated projects, such as the artistic direction of the magazine Immersion, specialized in video game.Their works extends from traditional printed media to digital communication and scenography. Together, they deepen their approach of publishing through various magazines (Versus Art, Food Cuisine, Immersion, L’Officiel de la Mode, L’Officiel Hommes, Jalouse). ...see more