This object is both a lamp and a sculpture, depending on the intention and use of the viewer. An oval glass disc partly framed and mounted on a steel stand can be illuminated by LED. The glass was melted using a special technique with several layers at the GLASLICHTKLANG atelier in Urstall/Southern Bavaria. The object is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
Elle Decor India approached designers to design an art installation to celebrate their 18th anniversary in India. The art installation was put up at India design week expo and witnessed by visitors across the country. This interactive installation conveys significance of being eighteen years old and relates it to a common man. Eighteen is not just a number but a realisation to know and feel what is mirage and the real. Mirror alphabets in the spelling of eighteen were composed to form a cube that gives multiple dimensions and insights to viewer. Witnessing kaleidoscope of reflections is fun.
"In Art We Live" is an installation that serves as both a visual merchandising display and an art piece in Hong Kong's K11. The quote expresses K11's core values of "Art, People, Nature", bringing fine arts into a retail environment for the public to enjoy. The piece is fitted with LED lights that are programmed to change colours throughout the day, making it more alive and eye-catching for shoppers.
"The Meteorite No.K11" was created on the main piazza of the Guangzhou K11 mall to celebrate multiple occasions - the K11 brand's 10th anniversary, the Guangzhou branch's grand opening events and the 2019 holiday season. The 10-meter-high art piece took on the form of a radial meteorite, making an impact onto our planet. Its body is crafted of stainless steel, finished in a futuristic metallic chrome. Digital lighting was programmed to changed colors in pulsating rhythms to achieve an energetic and hip visual effect.
The concept of the design is based on the transformation of wood species that have no grain or color into an object vessel pleasing to the eye and additionally achieving an interesting haptic feeling. The design object is handcrafted, beginning with woodturning for forming the outside and hollowing the inside of the object. Drilling and forming the holes into the outer surface comes next, as well as adding color stain. The usage of a pyrographic pen brings further embellishment onto the piece. Finally the object is charred black, resulting in a soft and warm touch, as well as adding contrast.
In this unique artwork, Olga Raag used Estonian newspapers from the year when the car was originally produced in 1973. The yellow newspapers at the National Library were photographed, cleaned, adjusted, and edited to be used on the project. The final result was printed on special material used on cars, which lasts for 12 years, and it took 24 hours to apply. Free Estonian is a car that draws attention, surrounding people with positive energy and nostalgic, childhood emotions. It invites curiosity and engagement from everyone.
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