Posts Tagged ‘collage’

Comme des Garçons collage installation, Hong Kong

June 19th, 2016

In celebration of golden week, the most popular holiday in Japan, the fashion brand has renewed their collaboration for its collage t-shirt series. Pagowski’s new designs comprise of a mixture of wild collages, colourful illustrations and old school graffiti.

Kurt Schwitters Exhibition by Zaha Hadid, Zurich – Switzerland

June 17th, 2016

Kurt Schwitters Exhibition by Zaha Hadid, Zurich – Switzerland

Petaling Street Express Restaurant by Envision Design, Sydney – Australia

March 24th, 2015

Petaling Street Express Restaurant by Envision Design, Sydney – Australia

Opal Tea Co. packaging by Haruko Hayakawa

October 3rd, 2013

The best quality teas are loose leaf so I created a fictional company that focuses solely on loose leaf tea. Using actual tea leaves, I collaged them so that they would be the highlight of the brand. Each tea packaging is unique to each tea flavor.

Bobby Gin cocktail bar by Normal

February 17th, 2012

We’ve had a great time with this project: we’ve made door collages, invented one legged furniture, put part of the floor on the wall, made doors look like cupboards and hung paintings on the wall. Nevertheless, Bobby Gin looks pretty Normal.

Club Mash by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Stuttgart

November 16th, 2011

The rear walls of the niches and the front side of the bar are covered with shell limestone flagging, creating a homogenous surface when viewed from the front. The shell limestone is subtly illuminated by halogen lighting.

Bell by Burdfifilek, Toronto (A.R.E Awards)

June 29th, 2011

Rejuvenating the retail environment of one of Canada’s largest telecommunications service providers, designers created a store that reflects the approachable, clean line of the company brand. An oversized backlit Bell logo along the length of the store provides an instant visual connection to the brand.

Coral Seating by Studio Aisslinger

June 13th, 2011

In the age of a collage-living scenario the coral modules are a transparant and open kind of geodetic structure with a strong sculptural appearance. Influenced by the shapes of microorganisms of marine life the overall shape is a multiple duplikation of submodules which create the CORAL shape.