Reaction to it may have allegedly been mixed thus far, but high-end Italian kitchen cabinet maker Aster Cucine has rolled out a product line that we are loving to death. For Enrico Coveri Living, AC has employed Italian artist Massimo Sansavini to a lively, cartoonesque, pop art end. The line falls somewhere between Picasso, Warhol, Scooby-Doo and the Flintstones.
Sound amazing, amirite!?
Yes. That is for a kitchen cabinet.
Julius Bee provides some context:
The focal point of this new kitchen conceptualization is contemporary creativity and a little bit of imagination. You can recognize the signature color usage from past collections of clothing transferred into the new living collection. The design is very clean, simple, and yet entirely au courant.
That last part is especially important as the trend toward big colors and reinterpretation of traditional surfaces and finishes continues to surge. Kitchen cabinets are a product we're expecting to delve into in the not-so-distant future. This kind of release makes us want to do it even sooner.
Below, a video posted by AtticMag and one more pic...