When the studio first opened in the early ’90s, Fernando lived here in the main part, which now houses prototypes and editions that have been fabricated on-site and are now ready to be shipped to galleries and collectors. “Ten years ago, we threw away all of the prototypes because we didn’t have the space,” says Humberto. “One day, Dennis Friedman from W, who collects prototypes, started buying all of ours up. I told Fernando, ‘I'll kill you,’ because he’d thrown mine away.”
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When the studio first opened in the early ’90s, Fernando lived here in the main part, which now houses prototypes and editions that have been fabricated on-site and are now ready to be shipped to galleries and collectors. “Ten years ago, we threw away all of the prototypes because we didn’t have the space,” says Humberto. “One day, Dennis Friedman from W, who collects prototypes, started buying all of ours up. I told Fernando, ‘I'll kill you,’ because he’d thrown mine away.”