Seville · Design
Self-taught and courageous, the young couple formed by Trini Salamanca and Pablo Párraga embarked only six years ago on creating unique pieces of design, from sculptures and various objects to furniture. With a powerful aesthetic and a strong symbolic, mystical and tribal component. Under the alias 'Antoñito y Manolín', which they recently changed to 'Las Ánimas', their creations move on the border between art and industrial design.
Inspired by references as distant as science fiction, anthropology, the distortion of reality or experimental electronic music, they create a language of minimalist, geometric and iterative patterns. Their works, in which they experiment with materials, shapes and textures, are available from one of the world's most exquisite galleries, Oliver Gustav, based in Copenhagen and New York, and have been exhibited at Milan Design Week. They are sacred objects that defy functionality and form: a symbolic aesthetic dimension full of emotions that lead to a spiritual atmosphere lost in time.
They have developed projects for
Lexus, Oliver Gustav, Semana del Diseño de Milán
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