Collection of vases in three different formats, in one coloration for each version, made of opaque ceramic according to the ancient techniques of the eighteenth century.
A family of three bizarre and surreal elements, inspired by the ancient idols of the Cycladic civilization of the island of Mykonos. Diavoletto, Diavoletta and Diavoletto Baby form an enigmatic and contemporary triptych, which ironically reinterprets the theme of the talismans and becomes a symbol suitable to exorcise everyday facts and misdeeds.
Edge and internal in polished laquered ceramic
Born in Erlangen in 1970, Daniel Eltner graduated from the university of applied scienses in munich and established his design office destudioeltner in 1994.Daniel Eltner designed products for manufacturers such as Rosenthal, Sabattini Argenteria S.p.A., WMF, Carl Mertens, Longchamp, Moser, Vista Alegre, Walküre, Robbe & Berking, MicrosoftIn 2015 he started Collaboration together with the italian architect and designer Alessandro Mendini and founded the common design-label M.A.D.E. - Daniel Eltner & Alessandro Mendini.