The art of weaving is typical of my land: Puglia, a region in the south of Italy. I started by copying the Apulian baskets, the ones that are still found in the fish and vegetable markets. From there I moved on to imitating baskets from other Italian regions, from other states and from different historical periods. The uses can be the most varied for dogs and cats, for picnics, for shopping or cots for babies. The Victorian era is my favorite and I tried to make all possible shapes used in this period. Each of my baskets, however, is different in shape and color. One day I decided to copy a magazine rack frog I had at home for a lifetime. Ludmilla's Zoo was born from this frog, a commitment to creating ever more complex shapes. My last challenge is to make individual pieces marked with my logo in red to offer those who love my works a unique and unrepeatable object.
"Creations by Ludmilla"