During a trip in South America, this designer went with a friend in a cafe, in the popular area San-Telmo in Buenos-Aires. They Were eating their eggs at the bar, when they laught for twenty minutes front of a so old mirror, that it was showing two laughing clowns. Back to France, he decided to remake that moment. Existing funhouse mirrors are made of glass, so very heavy and from a complex manufacture. Therefore they are expensive, exclusive for fairs, absents in shops. This object has been made to reduce it at its function in a pure line, to be affordable by everybody. The manufacturing concept makes the mirror proper, and displays against the wall a thick stainless steel plate, reflecting as a flat glass mirror but warping, as polished by hand.
Polished stainless steel