“I create on the border of street art, traditional pottery workshop and painting. I also support myself with the products of another, somewhat forgotten today, and an underestimated crafts, lace making. I’m creating a positive art.
Why lace? Because of its aesthetic code, deeply inherent in every culture. It is in their symmetry, order, and harmony, which we’re instinctively looking for.
Why do street art? Because it gives freedom. ”
Lacemaking, painting, ceramics, street-art. Lots of different disciplines of art and one idealistic goal – to beautify the public space in which we live or even are in it just for a while. And not only do it for my own pleasure, but also for those who come in a while. I do not want to get into too much exaltation but what Nespoon does caught our heart in a PROFOUND way. On the one hand it is just beautiful, aesthetically beautiful, but also beautiful philosophically. No one pays her for what she does, she does it because she feels responsible for what surrounds her and it is so important. And restores faith in man, who cares and who acts even at the micro level. Doesn’t spin any plans to rebuild the world lying on the couch, but thinking what I can do “I” and what can I do “today”.
Nespoon, We bow down for all the emotion that came over us when viewing your portfolio, and already by vewing pictures of decorating the home of Mr. Sahid tears spun in our eyes …
Mumbai, Goa Indie
Fundão – Cale Festival /WOOL Festival
House of mr Sahid