Among those objects found, we can see tools such as the chisel and the plane, which represent the teamwork and tradition of the workshops of falla artists and carpenters. A wooden ruler that symbolises technique and creativity, and a set square, a traditional tool used in the work of architects and designers, who are also gradually beginning to participate in the creation of the fallas.
An old shoe last, in allusion to the traditional costume. A spinning top for leisure, for the fun had by the public and in representation of childhood. And some letters from an old typographic printshop, which symbolize falla literature, the work of poets, scriptwriters, writers of llibrets, but also that of academics and researchers.
All these elements are situated on the plane of tangibility and reality, but they are set against a background in which typical scenes of these fiestas are represented in a very synthetic manner: the fallera woman, the traditional music, the fire consuming falla effigy and humour represented by a ninot, or falla figure.