A collection of colored pottery is created by Vito Nesta, giving rise to “Sartoria”. The young designer has cleverly found inspiration in her family background, which is humbly space a seamstress grandmother. Vito thinks, designs and mades a collection ceramic lacquer, entirely inspired by the world of her grandmother. Buttons, wires, needles and thimbles are magnified and become beautiful design elements. inDITO: vase-shaped thimble; beauTONI: a beautiful colored plate which reproduces the shape of a button; bobiniQUE: a lovely skein that becomes a candle holder; matasSAL & PEPitolo: salt and pepper in the shape of ball; Triago: needle-shaped flower vase. Great works, accompanied by the original names that immediately captures the attention and raise a smile. “Project should be looking for a structural link with the past, as I like to put emphasis on the function unchanged over time, history and the social role” says the author. A true modern reinterpretation of everyday objects, giving rise to contemporary design. Visit Vito Nesta website to discover this beautiful project and his many other works, equally curious and original.