Products tagged with 'Sardines'
This sardine results from the exploration of different elements evocative of Lisbon’s festivals. It associates our gastronomy as the central element of these celebrations, which also take place at table, on the alleys and narrow streets of Lisbon.
Designer: Antony Simões
This sardine evokes a 3000-year-old ritual, celebrated today in various Central American countries. This celebration honors the memory of the locals’ ancestors. Colorfully adorned Skulls are its most expressive symbol. They represent death and rebirth. The turban emphasizes the relationship between cultures, and is a direct reference to Chakall.
Designers: Marcos Miller and Miguel Amaral
The St. Anthony is synonymous with flooding in our most typical quarters and everything is done to keep the night lively and raise a little cash! A crate, a lot of ice, fresh beers and follow the party!
Designer: Rui Fazenda
Art is everywhere.
Designer: Omar alberto Figueiroa Turcios
Narciso, with no ceremonies, asks fire to an unwary street lamp. The latter did not spar, remains stiff and silent. What would be our imaginary without Pátio das Cantigas? It wouldn’t be the same, not to Lisbon neither for us.
In the universe of sardines, there is always a cat as a black hole…
Designer: Elena Ospina
Tribute to the novelist, poet and dramatist Miguel de Cervantes y Sardina (1547- 1616), the greatest writer of the Spanish language, author of Dom Quixote.
Javier Carbajo e Sara Rojo
Portugal receives the sardine directly from the sea. In many parts of the world we’ve known them by opening the can and finding, as a graphite pencil box, an ordered queue of sardines… I had always the feeling that if I opened a sardine, I would find something else inside.
Designer: Boligán Corbo
BIO, from high sea
LINDA [Beautiful], from fresh and healthy
This is BIOLINDA
Designer: António Antunes
I asked for an expresso at the esplanade / a glass of water and nothing else / the expresso was quickly done / but what about the glass with the water? /why it didn’t come?
Designer: António Segurado
This is a tribute to the beautiful Portuguese coast that allows for such good sunbathing, but above all to the lovingly peculiar Portuguese people – who love to sunbathe and go to the beach taking along everything you can possibly think of, filling the sand with all colors!
Designer: Sandra Sofia Santos