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Creative Art has its place in the valley symbol of manufactures gunsmith Brescia, Val Ttrompia, that is related by tradition to the world of sporting, hunting and collector guns. We would say that the art of engraving has been practised in this valley for centuries even though it is only over the last few decades that there has been a renewed and strong resurgence and enhancement in quality and creativity. The ornamental use of the engraving on gun steel was destined to develop in Val Ttrompia, since for centuries its forges generated all types of products, with a natural and constant technological and styling evolution.

The birth of Creative Art in the 1970s and 1980s, important decades owing to the development of the use of the burin to make increasingly realistic engravings and the proliferation of many talented professionals. In 1987, Giacomo Fausti, after years of both scholastic and job experience, decided to set up a small laboratory in a room of his house together with another engraver named Ugo Talenti. In the meantime, another young engraver, Giovanni Steduto, to fully exploit his professional talents, decided to join forces with Fausti and Talenti. With the enthusiasm of those first few years and seeking out new avenues with original and demanding works, the laboratory increased its ranks by acquiring another young engraver: Valerio Peli.

Abandoned the old workroom is passed to a new place made necessary by the greater number of employees. The renovation of the new site completed in the spring of 1989 and the next summer another engraver, Armando Piardi, joined the group creating today's team called Creative Art. It was at the end of the 1980s, and considering the increase in staff, that they decided to move to the present location in Inzino on via Meucci no. 12. This environment was more appropriate for everyone's work needs since the large windows provide lots of sunlight and the internal spaces were more adequate for the related drawing, designing and study activities.