Paulo Neves started working with ceramics while he was growing up in Belo Horizonte. He studied at FUMEC University where he learned to bring form and function together in his creations.
As a young artist, he became interested in recycling computer circuits. He was inspired by the idea of bringing hidden items into the open as works of art. In his latest collection, he has designed lamps using computer circuit boards set in fiberglass to highlight the patterns of the electronics through the translucent panels.
No two lamps are exactly alike.