Marian Nuñez’s interest in lace-making came from her mother, who worked in Parisienne haute couture in the 1960s. After training as a graphic designer and working in advertising in France, Holland, Belgium and Portugal, Marian returned to Spain, following her passion for this traditional craft.
Marian can spend 6-9 months creating her lace works of art. Her unique “sculptures”, she says, using a variety of materials, draw on ancient skills with a contemporary twist: “This isn’t traditional lacemaking, I explore and experiment. I try to tell a story through the technique of bobbin lace. Every piece is different.”
Photography by Gianfranco Tripodo