Molin.arts

Maurizio Molin.

I am a professional designer who had been living in the US for the past few years.
I had inspired by the new space surrounding me, I tried to find a new means of expression through painting. My work can be understood in tiers: from a primitive search for my “id”.
I tend to re-organise my irrational and wild side through creative solutions dominated by the discipline dictated by a designer’s rationality. While I was living abroad, some of my work was shown in contemporary art exhibits and I shared experiences with emerging artists .
As creative director for Burton Snowboard in the US , today I work from my studio in Venice and continue to express my creativity with the kind of professional collaborations that stimulate my sense of inventiveness.

INFO:

Mail: tablefortwodesign@gmail.com
Cell: +39 347 5487622
Web: www.tablefortwodesign.com
Casa Editrice el Squero is pleased to present the book DOTS by Maurizio Molin.
It is fascinating to discover the work of Maurizio Molin is when he turns his attention to the world of design and worked for important companies in the fashion and sports that led him to many different markets gaining an international vision, both when, inspired by new spaces that surround it find a new expression of himself through painting.
 
Look out for a release in the coming weeks through Editrice el Squero.
 

SNAKESKIN X SUPRA footwear

150x100, acrylic on canvas

NOT AVAILABLE

GOLDEER X Transfusion at JDK Gallery

180X120, acrylic on canvas

NOT AVAILABLE

TRANS-FUSION x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
120x120, acrylic on canvas
AVAILABLE

TRANS-FUSION x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

120x120, acrylic on canvas

AVAILABLE

CIME x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
120x120, acrylic on canvas
AVAILABLE

CIME x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

120x120, acrylic on canvas

AVAILABLE

MARBLE x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
120x120, acrylic on canvas
NOT AVAILABLE

MARBLE x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

120x120, acrylic on canvas

NOT AVAILABLE

HEIKO x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
120x120, acrylic on canvas
AVAILABLE

HEIKO x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

120x120, acrylic on canvas

AVAILABLE

CAMO CANDY x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
180x120, acrylic on canvas
AVAILABLE

CAMO CANDY x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

180x120, acrylic on canvas

AVAILABLE

LAGOON x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
180x120, acrylic on canvas
AVAILABLE

LAGOON x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

180x120, acrylic on canvas

AVAILABLE

400 CANDIES x Transfusion at JDK Gallery
154x182, acrylic on canvas
AVAILABLE

400 CANDIES x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

154x182, acrylic on canvas

AVAILABLE

STELLA x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

120x120, acrylic on canvas

NOT AVAILABLE

GOOSE x Transfusion at JDK Gallery

180X120, acrylic on canvas

NOT AVAILABLE

BRICOLE

Venice, known to some as “The floating City”, is build on a foundation of wood pilings driven deep into the mud of the lagoon. While wood may not be though of as the best material with with to build a city so often inundated by the sea, it has proven surprisingly effective. For centuries, wood poles (BRICOLE) have been lashed together in threes throughout the lagoon to indicate where the water was deep enough for boats. I came across with a collection of decommissioned BRICOLE, relieved of their duties in the Venice waterways, and feel in love with the story and history of this wood. Taking pieces that may have, in some cases, sat submerged in the lagoon of hundreds of years, I created elegant structures that retain the physical and cultural history of my home city. 

On display: Rocking Deer. 

Thanks to Gabriele Zornetta for the BRICOLE and to Paolo Crepax (MURANO glassblower) for the antlers.

At JDK Gallery, Vermont - USA

TRANS-FUSION, Maurizio Molin

JDK GALLERY, VERMONT- USA