Léa Mazy does me the honor of reinterpreting the wearable sculptures from the ITO edition in a terribly captivating edito.
I love how with a simple object - a ream of leaves - she manages to create crazy perspectives, ASMR light shows that make you want to reach out to grab the elusive.
Léa Mazy defines herself as a visual narrator. Her passion for images led her to study visual communication and then product design in Paris (École Estienne, École Boulle), before graduating from the Design Academy Eindhoven (NL) in 2018.
Trained as a designer, she plays with the shapes and textures of the objects she stages or photographs.
His creative practice is balanced between a keen sense of observation and analysis associated with an experimental and intuitive approach.
Extremely attentive to her surroundings, Léa has developed a keen eye, driven by the desire to reveal the invisible. Convinced that potentials are everywhere for those who want to see them, she draws her inspiration from the accidental beauties of everyday life and infuses them into her sets.
Currently, Léa works both as a scenographer and as an object photographer for commercial and editorial projects.
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