Source and Product:
“Ancient Greek lines” extending from the West Semitic alphabet to Greek, with dialects, from which elements and symbols reconstituted in intimate and familiar shapes and signals.
“Gramma” is a grapchic concept which derives from the ancient Greek font and culture. Heta, iota, rho, phi, chi, and many other vowels and consonants are scaled, rotated and finally scrambled for the raising of a rooster or a Trojan Horse.
These motives decorate objects as tote bags, stationary but also each product which can be sold in Museums’ shops.
The Gramma is among the winners of the competition: “Design Cultural Products” which was organised by the Greek Archeological Receipts Fund.
The winning proposals will be constructed and allocated in the Greek museums’ shops.