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'Collana' obtained by the assembling of circular cuttings recovered from invitation cards to past exhibitions held at the MADRE, mounted with accessories in brass. Designed by Giovanni Scafuro for the MADRE Museum of Contemporary Art, Naples (photo by Pietro Scapin).

'Collana' obtained by the assembling of circular cuttings recovered from invitation cards to past exhibitions held at the MADRE, mounted with accessories in brass. Designed by Giovanni Scafuro for the MADRE Museum of Contemporary Art, Naples (photo by Pietro Scapin).

Designed by Antonio Pio Saracino for the MAXXI Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome.

Designed by Antonio Pio Saracino for the MAXXI Museum of Contemporary Art, Rome.

Photo-frame obtained by folding a sheet of recycled card so as to form the shape of a flattened inverted cone that sits stably thanks to a painted wooden clothes-peg. Designed by Riccardo Dalisi for the Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples.

Photo-frame obtained by folding a sheet of recycled card so as to form the shape of a flattened inverted cone that sits stably thanks to a painted wooden clothes-peg. Designed by Riccardo Dalisi for the Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples.

Writing desk set composed of pen-holder, photo-frame and letter-rack that open out from squares of recycled card (18 x 18cm). The featured image on the cover is of the celebrated bronze "Testa del Filosofo" (the Philosopher's Head) held in the National Archeological Museum of Reggio Calabria, Italy. Designed by Roberto Giacomucci.

Writing desk set composed of pen-holder, photo-frame and letter-rack that open out from squares of recycled card (18 x 18cm). The featured image on the cover is of the celebrated bronze "Testa del Filosofo" (the Philosopher's Head) held in the National Archeological Museum of Reggio Calabria, Italy. Designed by Roberto Giacomucci.

Folding postcard able to be vertically self-standing and representing an ironic interpretation of Paolina Borghese as portrayed by Antonio Canova, one of the most celebrated icons of female beauty. Designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba for the Galleria Borghese, Rome.

Folding postcard able to be vertically self-standing and representing an ironic interpretation of Paolina Borghese as portrayed by Antonio Canova, one of the most celebrated icons of female beauty. Designed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba for the Galleria Borghese, Rome.

Writing desk set composed of pen-holder, photo-frame and letter-rack that open out from squares of recycled card (18 x 18cm). The featured image on the cover is of the celebrated bronze "Testa del Filosofo" (the Philosopher's Head) held in the MANRC museum. Designed by Roberto Giacomucci for the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Reggio Calabria.

Writing desk set composed of pen-holder, photo-frame and letter-rack that open out from squares of recycled card (18 x 18cm). The featured image on the cover is of the celebrated bronze "Testa del Filosofo" (the Philosopher's Head) held in the MANRC museum. Designed by Roberto Giacomucci for the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Reggio Calabria.

Collana obtained by the assembling of circular cuttings recovered from invitation cards to past exhibitions held at the MADRE, mounted with accessories in brass. Designed for the MADRE Museum of Contemporary Art, Naples. Photo by Pietro Scapin.

Collana obtained by the assembling of circular cuttings recovered from invitation cards to past exhibitions held at the MADRE, mounted with accessories in brass. Designed for the MADRE Museum of Contemporary Art, Naples. Photo by Pietro Scapin.

Draughts game composed of a printed card chessboard plus 24 two-tone card pieces. The folding board reproduces a detail of the flowery meadow from Botticelli's "Primavera", computer processed to achieve the alternation of dark and pale squares. The game's pieces are obtained by raising the "leaves" of the 2-dimensional 4-leaf clover-shaped cards so as to have 12 dark and 12 light artificial flowers. Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo and Samantha Acciuffi for Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

Draughts game composed of a printed card chessboard plus 24 two-tone card pieces. The folding board reproduces a detail of the flowery meadow from Botticelli's "Primavera", computer processed to achieve the alternation of dark and pale squares. The game's pieces are obtained by raising the "leaves" of the 2-dimensional 4-leaf clover-shaped cards so as to have 12 dark and 12 light artificial flowers. Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo and Samantha Acciuffi for Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence.

Recycled-card bookmarker with a contained battery-operated LED for night-time reading. The lighting works via the card's slits and easy folding. Designed by Matteo Bazzicalupo + Raffaella Mangiarotti_Deepdesign.

Recycled-card bookmarker with a contained battery-operated LED for night-time reading. The lighting works via the card's slits and easy folding. Designed by Matteo Bazzicalupo + Raffaella Mangiarotti_Deepdesign.

3D card model kit that allows the 1:10-scale reconstruction of the Ercole Farnese (the Farnese Hercules), the iconic work at the Archeological museum in Naples. There are 100 recycled cardboard pieces, 3mm-thick, to assemble by following progressive numeration. Designed by Giacomo Sanna for the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples.

3D card model kit that allows the 1:10-scale reconstruction of the Ercole Farnese (the Farnese Hercules), the iconic work at the Archeological museum in Naples. There are 100 recycled cardboard pieces, 3mm-thick, to assemble by following progressive numeration. Designed by Giacomo Sanna for the Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples.