Spritz ingredients: the perfume of Tuttotondo
Spritz ingredients: prosecco, aperol, soda water and orange slice. Of course then if you add friends and sunset it has a completely different flavor. But he will come back. Meanwhile, to better recreate the atmosphere of an outdoor aperitif, Tuttotondo he created a perfume that, precisely, recalls the drink invented, between Venice and Padua, around the 1920s.
Venetian Spritz Eau de Toilette by Tuttotondo
It is called the Venetian Spritz Eau de Toilette and belongs to a whole line – also composed of shower gel, exfoliant and body emulsion – which follows the notes of the aperitif Made in Italy most famous in the world. On the other hand it is based on some spritz ingredients: theOrange above all that distinguishes the top notes of the fragrance as well as, in the “guise” of zest, also the scrub.
The complete Spritz Veneziano line by Tuttotondo
Tuttotonto is sensitive to the problem environmental and for this he created the liter – eco friendly – of Shower Gel Spritz Veneziano. This format gives the consumer the opportunity to reuse the 300 ml bottle, continuing to use their favorite shower gel but at the same time giving a small but substantial concrete help in safeguard of our planet.
Spritz Shower Gel Refill from a liter of Tuttotondo
And if the line already has the ingredients of an icon, the pack designed by the artist will make the difference Gio Pastori. A boy who already has collaborations in the world ofpublishing, fashion and music. An example? The – incredible – backgrounds that colored the last tour of Calcutta.
Gio works with the paper collage and has created, for the Spritz line by Tuttotondo, a Venetian atmosphere made of bow gondolas (fun fact: the “S” shape should follow the pace of the Grand Canal while the 6-tooth “comb” the districts in which the city is divided), windows and, of course, the glass with the spritz. We Gio have met him and interviewed in February on the occasion of the launch. Here’s what he told us.
HOW DO YOU BECOME … GIO PASTORI?
“I struggle to call myself an illustrator. I graduated in industrial design to then study editorial illustration. The design was tight to me: as a young artist I saw it as an obstacle to my creativity. Having said that at the Polytechnic I learned to use the paper in the most correct and appropriate way, a ‘lesson’ which proved to be very useful. The turning point was precisely the illustration course of Corraini : I open my eyes.
The lessons, mainly focused on children’s publishing, consisted of a giant show case of international artists. There I was lucky enough to meet a person who believed strongly in me giving me the opportunity to experiment and have my own column in the magazine Life. After a couple of years of experience I understood and refined my personal and figurative style. So I started using the collage technique. At the same time I moved away from the publishing world a bit closer to that of fashion and music “.
COLLAGE HAS SOMETHING CHILD. WHAT IS YOUR CREATIVE PROCESS?
“The first thing I do is a sketch starting from the ‘cloud’ of abstract ideas in my head. I think first of all about the feeling I want to give. But now ‘my hand’ is the one that cuts, the synthesis I am looking for can be found with the scalpel: with the pencil you can erase a thousand times, but when I create some silhouette with paper I have to be precise, I have to summarize in the right way “.
WHICH HOURS OF THE DAY DO YOU PREFER TO CREATE?
“Being in charge of myself has its pros and cons because I don’t have a routine and I struggle to be organized. I can, for a few months, wake up very early. Other months, however, I work only at night, it depends on the type of work I have to carry out. end. At the moment I allow myself anot routine‘Because it is easier for me to be creative without having rules “.
WHAT IS YOUR FIRST OLFACTORY MEMORY?
“A small mothball and the smell of swimming caps.”
HOW DID YOU CHOOSE THE COLORS TO MAKE THE SPRITZ LINE PECK?
“It was important to them that there wasOrange, so in the initial sketch the colors were only black and white (and orange). But the result was a little dark: more Phantom of the Opera that Carnival in Venice. So I went back to work and started, as I always do, from black background, to which I then added various elements: a glass, the bow of the gondola and the windows. Finally, there are horizontal lines that can be interpreted becoming sky, sea or the city that is lost on the horizon “.
I KNOW YOU PAY A LOT OF ATTENTION TO THE PRODUCT PACKS. WHAT IN YOUR opinion IS THE PERFECT PACKAGE?
“I would say the hatbox of the panettone than once ”.