King-Kong is a collaborative brand created in 1985 by architects Stefano Giovannoni (born 1954 in La Spezia, Italy) and Guido Venturini (born 1957 in Alfonsine, Italy).  Their products are marked by a playful, cartoonish design became popular in the early 90s and figures prominently on a range of objects produced by Alessi — picture frames, wall hooks, kitchen containers, bookmarks, bowls, plates, and other tabletop accessories.  Guido Venturini is a leading figure in the fields of industrial design, interior design, and architecture who has taught at both the Domus Academy and at Florence Faculty of Architecture.  Stefano Giovannoni studied at Florence University and has developed a reputation for capturing public sentiment in his designs.

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  1. AKK22 Girotondo Photo-frame
    AKK22 Girotondo Photo-frame
    by King-Kong
    for Alessi