Capsule collection « Ogni giorno »
Correspondence card “Gioia” and its envelope
Collection created in collaboration with Anne-Sophie Loret
These correspondence cards have been conceived as the intimate counterparts of our holidays postcards. Cards on which we display the extra-ordinary of a time out of our routine, like a bravado for those left at the port. From our “taste” for interiority, we wanted to re-create here a space for dialogue around the softness of our daily life. This collection is an invitation to exchange and confidence through the evocation of an experience that unites us.
The collection is divided into five thematic illustrations, in which we find the colours and values of Foglietto, in which we immerse ourselves and have fun looking for details and winks, be they historical or symbolic. But the journey is never far away… Our beloved Italy can be seen in the title of a book, in the chocolate of our biscotti, in the reflection of our moka.
We have conceived this collaboration as a friendship that takes place day after day: in small snippets, between shared moments and times of rest, never really alone in our homes and thoughts. Each correspondence card, each painting of this daily life, thus conceals its own story. A few lines invite you to prolong the journey on the back, between the postscriptum, guarantor of these last confidences that we gladly slip at the end of our epistles, come un ultimo abbraccio (“like a last embrace”), and the prayer to respond, that desire for exchange and reciprocity that is no longer hidden.
Ogni giorno. Every day.
Classic postcard format (105 x 148 mm).
Delivered with its wallet envelope (120 g/m²), orange colour.
Printed in France, using vegetable-based inks, on a thick Italian paper (260 g/m²), recycled and recyclable.
Limited edition of 150 copies.
This correspondence card is also available in the pack including the 5 cards of the collection and their envelopes.
Anne-Sophie Loret, the artist
Originally from Nantes and a traveller of the spirit, Anne-Sophie Loret draws her inspiration from History, Humankind and Nature to cultivate her art. She loves details and emotions. She immerses herself in the sensitive domain in order to better think the world. Self-taught, she surrounds herself with words and strokes to illustrate her City and depict her World. Between reality and imagination, she questions Nantes to better revisit it.