Back in the real world, take a look at these two excellent projects as inspiration for making irresistible wares. Architecture collective Assemble has developed a showroom for plenty of the products available as part of their Four Granby Streets project, as part of their Turner Prize exhibition. For another great example of how to use colour to blur perception, check these paperscapes by Carl Kleiner. Remember, the combination between digital platforms and the overtly analogue ain’t a totally new trend as such but there been a couple of projects in recent months that have transported the idea into the art world and taken it up a gear regarding the execution. Book and editorial designers take note, similarly surreal new book Erotic Glam by Frances Adair Mckenzie combines augmented reality with a physical publication, to create a home for GIF art away from the computer screen.
The Souvenir Project tasked Irish designers to create objects that tapped into the cultural and material memory of Ireland to produce a range of wares that really spoke of the depth of the country, as part of Irish Design 2015.
The products have all been developed with the local community using some pretty innovative DIY processes like mixing rubble with concrete to make a rather beautiful granitelike composite and ‘smokefiring’ ceramics in a BBQ.
All preorders will that will aid the further rebuilding of Granby Four Streets.
As well as taking away control from Nóbrega, Based roughly on architectural structures, any time the code runs, new randomly generated properties are introduced meaning no two drawings are identical &ndash.