Pinoy designer Vito Selma’s works featured in international Spanish exhibit Espacio Nudage
Vito Selma and his GEO collection. Click for more photos courtesy of Ito Kish.
Cebuano designer Vito Selma’s industrial works were included in the multi-disciplined exhibit Espacio Nudage in Santander, Spain in January. Selma’s GEO collection was made from wood, the award-winning artist’s material of choice.
Ito Kish, CEO and creative director of interior design store Kish, told SPOT.ph, "He (Selma) was one of the 42 featured designers from 19 different countries. He was the only Filipino." Selma’s designs are sold exclusively at Kish.
Sponsored by the Council of Culture, Tourism and Sport of Cantabria, the weeklong event gave designers under the age of 35 a space to showcase their works. There were four areas: interior design, industrial works, photography and fashion.
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