“Nobody knows the exact meaning of the Nazca lines. Dozens of figures, animals, geometric shapes and up to a thousand lines in the high plains of Peru. Preserved for thousands of years. Intended as religious expressions or purely as irrigation canals. NAZCA. A mystery as great as the desert itself.”
The “Nazca” collection consists of five distinctive and playful objects. Iguana, Mono, Loro, Ballena and Espiral are all characterized by the same interplay of lines and form a meaningful ensemble. Just like the Nazca lines, the sight of them will leave you wondering.