I love Paris - Boule Astro

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Collection : I love Paris
Model: Boule Astro
Designer: Guive Khosravi

After a first stylistic uppercut with her piece "Nouveau Monde", Guive Khosravi signs a new collaboration with Manufacture des Emaux de Longwy 1798, declaring her love for the City of Light.

"I LOVE PARIS" is a masterful fresco of creative abundance, focusing on the resilience of France's capital city.

One thing is certain with this extraordinary piece: "Paris will always be Paris".

Limited edition of 20 copies numbered from 1 to 20 and 5 artist's proofs

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Guive Khosravi Born in 1968 in Talence (France), nothing destined Guive KHOSRAVI to become an artist. After graduating from the Arts et Métiers school in Aix en Provence, he worked as an engineer for ten years while taking drawing classes and successfully producing engravings and silk-screen prints. After reflection, he decided to devote himself entirely to Art, and moved to Vallauris, the city of ceramics, in 2001. It was love at first sight and a passion for this technique was born. One year later, Guive Khosravi received the Silver Medal for "L'Oeil du Photographe" at the Vallauris International Ceramic Biennial. Accustomed to using earthenware for his objects and sandstone for architecture, he was invited to the 18th Budapest symposium where he discovered porcelain in the Alfod factory. In 2006, he created for Villeroy and Boch, a hundred pieces, with the participation of the factory's technicians, before collaborating and developing, exclusively for STURIA, unique and numbered caviar sets. The art of Guive KHOSRAVI is that of a free man for whom everything seems possible. His creations have a dreamlike depth that invites you to travel. Mixing with happiness various influences, the "Khosravi" style was born! It shows a horror of emptiness, reveals an overflowing imagination. His brightly coloured works catch the eye, which endlessly details a multitude of motifs that are side by side in a perfectly organised anarchy... very "Street Art". To find out more about the artist:

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