Two eras, two styles, a synthesis: the Mambolisa has the blasé look of those, very rare, who have seen the centuries go by. She wears her cloth on her shoulders and we wear her in a sweatshirt: life takes its course. It connects us to our past, comforts us in our present. For the future, we'll see, she can't do everything either.
Designs inspired by the masterpieces of Musée du Louvre, here Mona Lisa.
To find out more about Mona Lisa, click here.
"I am French-Hungarian, born in Chile. I've been lucky to have a mixed education, where academics and an open mind were equally important, as well as classicism and non-conventional creation. I started to be a creative person myself by doing graffiti (among my very first pieces, i painted the fence around the Louvre Pyramid construction). Then I became an enthusiast for modern and contemporary art around the world. My personal and artist paths are both hybrids and make me cherish the idea of creating bridges betweek eras, societies and cultures, with an strong will to bond people, generations, audiences and therefore prove that we have so much in common. This is why I am honored and joyful to collaborate with Le Musée du Louvre and I hope everyone will feel it too."