Studio Salvadore is a collaborative glass production team headed by Muranese artists Mattia and Marco Salvadore. The two brothers began working alongside their father, Davide Salvadore, in the studio Campanol e Salvadore as young boys. Both Mattia and Marco inherited their father's passion for the material, and began to work with him full time after attending college. In 2003, Mattia assisted Pino Signoretto, Franco Toffolo, and Dante Marioni at the international glass workshop organised by Centro Studio Vetro, in San Servolo, Venice. To develop his skills outside his father's studio, Mattia also studied with a variety of Muranese masters, attended a course with Anthony Schafermeyer and Claire Kelly at Pilchuck Glass School, and worked for a period of time at the esteemed Venini glass factory.
The Salvadore brothers' works are captivating: the two artists concentrate on a few forms, simple, graceful elliptical shapes with layered colours and textures, all very labour and technique intensive. Their signature is the use of swathes of colour encased in transparent or opaque glass with large custom made murrine applied on the surface.