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  • Marc Monzó has based this collection on traditional Western language and classic imagery to provide them with a new twist from his own personal interpretation.

    The outline of a solitaire, barely a simple visual representation, allows him to play with a new world of cuts, structures, lights and shadows, without renouncing traditional foundations, yet in some cases taking these to the limits of contradiction.

    By stylizing the baguette cut to a greater degree than usual, Monzó endows these pieces with certain possibilities that he has explored until the end.

    His baguettes frame emptiness to celebrate it, superimpose themselves to create a paradoxical play of shadows or interrupt lines to reinvent the reflections of their luster.

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Marc Monzó has based this collection on traditional Western language and classic imagery to provide them with a new twist from his own personal interpretation.

The outline of a solitaire, barely a simple visual representation, allows him to play with a new world of cuts, structures, lights and shadows, without renouncing traditional foundations, yet in some cases taking these to the limits of contradiction.

By stylizing the baguette cut to a greater degree than usual, Monzó endows these pieces with certain possibilities that he has explored until the end.

His baguettes frame emptiness to celebrate it, superimpose themselves to create a paradoxical play of shadows or interrupt lines to reinvent the reflections of their luster.