About Mouse Lamp Sitting – Seletti – Marcantonio
Bridging design and pop art, from its very first year in 1964 in Cicognara, Mantova Seletti strives to follow its principle of offering professional service and constant research to achieve innovation and originality. Seletti’s collections contain art blended with daily life icons, send a message of shape and function, while demonstrating Seletti’s unique vision of producing unique, personal and fun home decor objects. Seletti has also partnered with world-renowned contemporary artists such as Pierpaolo Ferrari and Maurizio Cattelan in collaborating in an exclusive surreal collection, Seletti Wears Toiletpaper. More details on Mouse Lamp Sitting – Seletti – Marcantonio:
- Material: Resin
- Size: 2.44″ x 3.2″ x 5.7″ Inches
- Indoor use only | LED lightbulb included | E12 – 1W – 90 Lumen – 2200K | WARM LED LIGHT
- EU/UK version: Input 230 V – 50 Hz | USA version: Input 120 V – 60 Hz | Cable: 2,5mt. – 8.2ft
Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba was born in 1976 in Massalombarda, Italy. He attended the Art Institute and the Academy of Fine Arts. Just graduated he begins to work in the theater scene and collaborating with architects on projects. Soon he begins to create unique pieces of design in parallel with a production of art, but step by step the two careers are beginning to become contaminated. So its design is enriched with artistic concepts. For over 10 years he worked for private or local public realizes. Connections between Man and Nature are his favourite theme; interpreting both dynamics and beauties of nature; showing the Man’s attitude affecting the original. He loves thinking about his work as a direct continuation of what he used to do when he was a child, playing with everything he finds, and create what his mind imagined. Actually, looking for the aesthetic component and concept, takes ideas from the same sources he created while playing, daydreaming with everything normally surrounds him. He learned from Art how an idea could be elegant, that’s why he’s always looking for pure concepts and summary.
“I never give up irony; irony is a serious matter. If a good idea is even fun, I cannot resist to realize it” Marcantonio.