Browsing the web for a Christmas present in this time of the year is far less stressing than hitting the high street shops. Or, at least, is quicker. And you know, Italy is a very creative country, so here’s the occasion to take a glance at the wonderful-designed-by-Italians art and merchandising you can find online, selected by A Continental Breakfast.
Manu Italica is like heaven if you’re a lover of luxury. This website selects designers, fashion items and art, all rigorously hand-made in Italy and supplied in limited editions.
MondoPOP has been promoting and selling Pop Surrealism, Lowbrow and Street art since 2007, in the online store you can find a selection of many Italian artists and designers, including Nicola Alessandrini, Gio Pistone, Allegra Corbo, Alice Pasquini, and so on.
Sacripante Gallery is a new space in Rome. They have on show Diavù and Lucamaleonte with The End Is The Beginning. The art is available on sale, upon contacting the gallery.
On Society 6 you can find prints, t shirts and merchandising from many Italian artists, including Alberto Corradi.
And sometimes buying art, products and prints designed-by-Italians makes you feel better too, especially when it’s for a good cause.
Here you’ll find many wonderful items in the art shop and in the toys shop section. It’s the Mattia Fagnoni association’s website. Mattia is affected by a rare genetic degenerative illness called Sandhoff disease: the 100% of the donations collected goes to the research, the purchase of new equipment for Mattia’s hospital and to help other families with patients affected by similar condition with their special medical expenses.
*If you are an Italian artist, creative or designer and would like to be featured here, give us a shout submitting your work to s.dalzotto (at) gmail (dot) com*