Recycling and portuguese culture merge into Madalena Martins’s work. Graduated in graphic design, she’s always developed a special interest in reutilization and Portugal icons, specifically in Minho region, since she’s from Ponte de Lima.
In 2010, she won POP competition – Portuguese Original Projects – an iniciative from Serralves Museum. Thanks to POP, she entered in INSerralves and built Bicho Sete Cabeças, and enterprise that is a “swiss army knife that comes up with daily solutions with humor and creativity”. Her work includes object such as “R de Papel”, a project that includes prisoners, band-ais for cars and “Coleção Cabeças no Ar”, “big headed lamps”.