As a continuation of the Immersed Birds project, the birds are available in a black and color sets. Toucan, hummingbird and Mexican quetzal were chosen because of their glowing chromatic range.
In an attempt of generating a balanced dialogue between machine made and handmade objects, the continuous shapes are milled with CNC technology contrasted with handmade painting.
Moisés Hernández (1983) is the first Mexican to graduate from Ecal, Ecole Cantonale d’Art de Lausanne in the Master Product Design program, in Switzerland in 2013, obtaining special mention.
In 2014 he set up his studio based in Mexico City. His hometown, being chaotic and over populated, as well as Mexican objects, traditions, textures, social contrast and chromatic diversity are elements influencing Moises’ work.