Second skin. An object always belongs to a subject and, very often, it is the externalization of one’s desire to communicate, to express their identity in a way that is unique and irrepressible. The subject, in wanting to tattoo his or her skin desires to mark the body with important, distinctive indelible symbols, thus expressing one’s self and one’s essence. Faced with this primal need, why not provocatively tattoo an object? Why not make it as unique as its owner? Creating a further intimate dialogue between one’s self and the object releases a new communication accentuating the harmony of the objects that decorate our environment, identifying them as a projection of our own consciousness. Objects become symbols of the spirituality of things, ppreciated for their essence and not just for their use and appearance. A new alchemy... for those who demand more than just a piece of furniture.