A prototype from the brothers’ recent Transplastic collection, which Fernando jokingly refers to as “revenge of the wicker.” Behind it is one of the Campanas’ Multidão chairs, made from rag dolls produced by artisans in the northern village of Esperança. Each chair uses about 150 dolls, no two of which are alike. “Some of them have details like a tie but no nose,” says Fernando. “Or they’ll have belts and wristwatches but no eyebrows.”
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A prototype from the brothers’ recent Transplastic collection, which Fernando jokingly refers to as “revenge of the wicker.” Behind it is one of the Campanas’ Multidão chairs, made from rag dolls produced by artisans in the northern village of Esperança. Each chair uses about 150 dolls, no two of which are alike. “Some of them have details like a tie but no nose,” says Fernando. “Or they’ll have belts and wristwatches but no eyebrows.”