Born to Catalan parents, Xano Armenter grew up in Balaguer (Lleida) and Vigo (Pontevedra). Studied graphic design and art at the Escola Eina in Barcelona (1973-1980); landed in 1980 in New York's East Village. Worked with Milton Glaser (1981-1984); held exhibitions in various locations in Lower Manhattan (such as the legendary Limbo Lounge, after which his carpet was named). Influenced by both graffiti and a renewed figurative style, his painting developed an expressive urban style scored by a deep black drawing line, blending expressive sensitivity with the contemplative beauty of design. He presently lives and works in New York and Barcelona.
|Item: Salt And Pepper Sets||Color: 1: Black|
|Color: 2: White||Color: 3: Red|
|Size: Less Than 4"||Style: Novelty|
|Country of Manufacture: Germany|
Questions & Answers
“Hi, what are the shakers made of?” asked by Vivien
Koziol Spicy Devil Salt and Pepper Shaker
Sweet and innocent
alison from tiverton, RI
I collect salt and pepper shackers these remind me of me and my friend hahaha
Perfect all the way around
Lori from High Point, NC– Verified Buyer
Second set I have purchased...conversation pieces but way more functional than novelty salt and pepper shakers
O so cool
Terri from Madison,wi
Bought the redwhite set...angel and devil. Everyone who sees them sitting on my stove laughs.
Francois from Peace River, AB– Verified Buyer
a cool product, I am happy that it is plastic so it won't brake. I think it adds a touch of difference on the table.
Valued Customer from North Carolina– Verified Buyer