01 June 2016

Animutants

During its D’Days in Paris until June 5th 2016, the Dodo shop is presenting the anthropomorphic figures in gold and ceramic by Matteo Cibic. Inspired by the brand’s animal charms, the Italian designer has juxtaposed elephant ears, a dragon’s tail, the body of a greyhound, etc. Surprising, curious and scary: each arouses the emotions and feelings, to the credo of Dodo.

On sale on www.matteocibicstudio.com

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