Another varied family of objects with a dignified and proud presence. These paper-clay figures also evoke stories inspired by the real world and told in an enchanted, light-hearted way. Born from the superimposition of cylindrical volumes of different heights and proportions, they have a rigorous air, but indulge in unexpected balances of solids, voids and curious colour combinations. They would appear to wear large coloured headdresses, hence they are called Safa after the traditional Indian turbans.

Catalogue Safa