Luca Trazzi was born in Verona in 1962 and graduated with a degree in architecture from the University of Venice. He began his career designing urban projects for Aldo Rossi. Luca opened his own architecture and design studio in Milan 1993.
A fish, a croccodile, turtles, red-hot devils and ladybugs are the subjects rendered by Venetian architect LuceTrazzi. This collection's its bold colors and lively cartoon subjects are perfect for brightening a serious day.
The coffee break inspires the Veneto architect with cheerful thoughts and playful images. His Trazzine cups display monsters and animals circling round on a background of blue sea or dark night: a goldfish, two crocodiles chasing each other, a turtle on an exotic beach, a modern Lucifer amongst post modern cogs and weels, a blazing dragon setting the saucer on fire and two ladybirds balanced on a white twig. White, yellow, red and green: a few childhood colors and the round cartoon shapes to win a smile from you.