The first piece created for Tok&Stok was the Ave Eva Ave bag, in 2011. Since then, other product collections have been developed. In 2014, six collections were released at once and Joana Lira officially became one of Tok&Stok’s partner designers. In 2015 the Casario (Houses) and Pólen (Pollen) collections were part of Design for All exhibition, at the 5th Brazilian Design Biennial, in Florianópolis, and at the 11th Brazilian Graphic Design Biennial in Rio de Janeiro, where the Bico de Pena (Quill) collection won the trophy for outstanding work.
Moving seeds, flowers and leaves arranged in bright and vibrant colors loaded with enthusiasm and vivaciousness. Telúrica line, 2016
Broto de Amor (Love Sprout) (Love Sprout) cake platter, 2016. China in soft colors, ton-sur-ton print and touches of gold. Line created in honor of the artist’s two children, Joaquim and Dora
Banana, pineapple, jocote, mango, cashew, guava. Fruits that nature offers as food dance in the Fruto Tropical (Tropical Fruit) line, interconnected by leafy strands for contemplation
Bico de Pena (Quill) dishware, an award winner at the 11th Brazilian Graphic Design Biennial, in 2015
Fauna e Flores (Fauna and Flowers) line. Products with printed designs inspired in the Brazilian Atlantic Rainforest, 2014
This video is part of the 7th issue of Designbook, Tok&Stok’s e-magazine.