GIULIA BERNARDELLI

SPILL YOUR COFFEE AND I'LL TURN INTO ART

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Giulia Bernardelli spent her entire life surrounded by art: she grew up in her dad’s bookshop and art gallery, studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and currently works at a museum on projects for children.

Giulia takes spilt coffee and turns it into wonderful pieces of art. According to her, “Everything that I needed was around me, if I looked carefully: I decided to replace the paint brush with what nature offered, such as leaves, fruit skins, food.” She can’t stop creating, “when I drink coffee I start thinking of the nuances it would create if I dropped it on the table. At breakfast, I imagine a cat’s paws treading on jam and leaving footprints.” She also works with other food products such as ice cream and honey. Her creations are wonderful displays of serendipity and beauty.

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Giulia Bernardelli spent her entire life surrounded by art: she grew up in her dad’s bookshop and art gallery, studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and currently works at a museum on projects for children.

Giulia takes spilt coffee and turns it into wonderful pieces of art. According to her, “Everything that I needed was around me, if I looked carefully: I decided to replace the paint brush with what nature offered, such as leaves, fruit skins, food.” She can’t stop creating, “when I drink coffee I start thinking of the nuances it would create if I dropped it on the table. At breakfast, I imagine a cat’s paws treading on jam and leaving footprints.” She also works with other food products such as ice cream and honey. Her creations are wonderful displays of serendipity and beauty.

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Giulia Bernardelli spent her entire life surrounded by art: she grew up in her dad’s bookshop and art gallery, studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and currently works at a museum on projects for children.

Giulia takes spilt coffee and turns it into wonderful pieces of art. According to her, “Everything that I needed was around me, if I looked carefully: I decided to replace the paint brush with what nature offered, such as leaves, fruit skins, food.” She can’t stop creating, “when I drink coffee I start thinking of the nuances it would create if I dropped it on the table. At breakfast, I imagine a cat’s paws treading on jam and leaving footprints.” She also works with other food products such as ice cream and honey. Her creations are wonderful displays of serendipity and beauty.

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ISSUE N. 39

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