This chop called Poisson is an absurd game between a visual representing a simple piece of meat placed on the ground, and its title. A kind of nose-drop to the debates about meat or fish consumption today. A still life, actually.
First collaboration between Chic Cham and Giorgio Pesce, four new carpets designed in the offbeat, playful and surprising spirit emblematic of Atelier Poisson's creations. Following this invitation in the form of a carte blanche, Giorgio Pesce decided from the outset that he wanted to avoid any purely decorative or aesthetic project, to create carpets that were very personal, and that tried to arouse a reaction, an emotion, a little dialogue. The series he produced, in different styles, all obey this principle of very direct dialogue with the viewer, with a humour and a style of illustration that he had not seen elsewhere on this type of medium. With a long experience of colours and a refinement in the choice of colours, each piece is deliciously finished, contrasting with the great strength of the subjects and handmade designs.