Stella Nanni has been a visual artist for 30 years, has 2 international design awards, has held several exhibitions around the world. Together with his son Gabriel Nanni, a multidisciplinary artist, they created the Tattoo Truck Tour project, where they travel the world in a Tattoo Truck, with a purpose; bring self-esteem and quality of life to women who have had breast cancer, tattooing them for free to cover the scars.
The Nanni Ink Design arose from the desire to unite the culture of art in the skin to the field of design, fashion and decoration.
1988-1990 CAA - Advanced Course of Art, CAMPINAS/BRASIL
1990 Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas/BRAZIL
1990-1991 Panamerican School of Art, São Paulo/BRAZIL
1991 Sculpture, Atelier Lucila Veneri, São Paulo/BRAZIL
1992 CLA - Latin American Course of Art, Campinas/BRAZIL
2000 Upbringing in Art therapy, CLADE, Campinas/BRAZIL
Stella Nanni Ecodesign
Co-founder Tattoo Truck Tour
AWARDS AND PRIZES
1988 , HONOR OF MERIT, IV Young Salon of Visual Art, Conservatório Carlos Gomes, Campinas/BRAZIL
2013 Silver Award - A Design Award & Competition - Textil
2015- Tattoo Artist Revelation , Campinas Tattoo Fest
2015 - Best Draw of the Event - Campinas Tattoo Fest
2019 - Bronze Award - A Design Award & Competition - Fashion
The Conductive Loom brings a great innovation for the textile area, uniting art, technological innovation and sustainability. Its main element is the conductive wire, wich is produced from an environmental liability, arising from the process of making biodiesel. Its major feature is to be conductor of energy thereby it is possible to discharge the static energy of the users, eliminating several problems caused by the accumulation of this energy: stress, insomnia, chronic fatigue, muscle aches, shock and damage to electronic components.
Piece Of Your Story
This name was given because each piece is more than just a coffee table, it is an art piece, tattoed and exclusive. Just like a tattoo, this furniture becomes part of your life story. Created by two professional tattoo artists. The table was made with wood, covered with a hand tattoed leather and coated with epoxi resin. The table leg was made with brushed steel, bringing a balance between industrial and elegant. With an artistic and innovative approach.
The Inked Vest was made to simulate a tattoed body. Produced in nude leather and tattoed by two professional artists, as if it was a skin. The drawings were created with the artistic genre of tattooing, and the vest embraces the shape of the body, giving the impression that it is actually the skin of whoever is wearing it.