Laptop backpack "Archetypes meet Boetti" collection

€150.00

Laptop backpack "Archetypes meet Boetti" collection. Equipped with USB port, suitable for notebook, document holder or hand luggage in case of air travel. In this model the author has created 2 unique pieces in different colors.

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Laptop backpack "Archetypes meet Boetti" collection. Equipped with USB port, suitable for notebook, document holder or hand luggage in case of air travel. In this model the author has created 2 unique pieces in different colors. The dimensions of the bag are: 32 cm (W) x 37 cm (H) x 14 cm (D).

The decoration get ideas by the assumptions underlying the most positive models of Tuscan craftsmanship extrapolated from the book "Archetipi d'impresa" by Daniele Calamandrei. They, succinctly revised, are represented by inlay of colored eco-leathers inspired by Alighiero Boetti's "embroideries".

There was an old master craftsman who claimed to do the most beautiful job in the world for two reasons: transforming the material to obtain a work gave him a physical pleasure, an emotion, it was like a cure. The second reason was because his clients weren't such but were "friends". It was the emotion and wonder that he saw in their eyes as they looked at one of his creations that mirrored his personal self-realization. It all came back to the power of his hands: "MYHANDSGIVEEMOTIONS" is what is represented in the decoration of this backpack.

Original design and realization by DanCalaMan. Unique pieces.

The object is supplied with a certificate of authenticity signed by the author.

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Eco leather (synthetic)
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ATTENTION: Each item is a unique piece and is also available for sale in our shop. If you are interested, place your order as soon as possible.
CRAFT FEATURE
The decoration is made and assembled by hand. Shadows, depressions, assembly discontinuities, surface ripples are inevitable and cannot be considered defects. Rather, they are testimony to the uniqueness and craftsmanship of the work.

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