Lucky [electronic resource] : vase de compagnie.

Lucky [electronic resource] : vase de compagnie.
Mencacci, Marco.
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This file includes design plans for Lucky, a figurative round vase decorated with a playful face consisting of two eyes, one larger than the other, a round nose, and simple smile. Mencacci offers design plans for various color combinations and includes diagram with instructions for placing one such color combination.
This document helped in the creation of GlassLab objects GL275 and GL276, "Lucky: Vase de compagnie" prototype.
The Corning Museum of Glass partnered with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and presented this design program October 22-27, 2013 in the Tuileries Garden, Paris, France.
At the time of his design session at GlassLab, Mencacci was an instructor at the École Camondo of Les Arts Décoratifs; his students, Morgane Bertin, Blandine Cattani, and Florent Dufourcq, also participated in design sessions. Students in this five year program learn about various materials for design such as wood and metal. GlassLab provides an opportunity for designers and glassmakers to collaborate by using hot glass as a catalyst for innovation. This was the first opportunity for his students at the École Camondo to design for glass.
Page 1. Lucky, vase de compagnie [title page] --
Page 2. [sketches for central colorless vase featuring colored highlights for green mouth, blue eyes, red nose, and yellow opening at top; three additional figures sketched along top without color] --
Page 3. [colorless vase featuring green mouth, red nose, and yellow opening at top] --
Page 4. [black vase with blue mouth and red nose] --
Page 5. [blue vase with red mouth, nose, and opening at top] --
Page 6. [colorless vase] --
Page 7. [diagram with instructions for placing color combination] --
Page 8. [vacant end page save for footer with designer's information].
GlassLab preparatory drawing
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Related to CMoG object: GL275 and GL276.