Each of the collection’s seven pieces—whose aesthetics call to mind a cross between the kooky world of Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared and Kubrick’s Clockwork Orange—incorporates motifs like hands, eyes, crescent moons, and stars in off-kilter ways that manage to come together in a whimsical but still functional manner.
The high-backed "Paz" chair in the shape of a hand with a moon cutout in its would-be palm and eyes for nails and the eye-shaped "Suerte"side table with a stack of alternating blocks and spheres for legs are the collection’s more straight-forward goods.
A folding room divider, called "Fantasía," also features a flat hand, this time with a clock at its center, attached to a grid attached to a triangular section that features pegs for hanging. The "Mesa Actitud" work table features wheels on one side of its legs, while the other side is propped by a stand that can double as a small clothes rack. The tabletop features piano keys on one side, a round cut out an another edge to accommodate a plant below it, as well as other inset shapes for storage.
Other pieces include the "Extasis" totem, a pole with spiral-tiered shelves in the shape of a hand, triangle, eyeball, and leaf, hand-shaped light fixtures, and a console tower. Painted mainly in basic, primary colors, these quirky pieces would enliven a room while confounding your visitors.