Design Cult

Design Cult featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Pop Star

Pop Star is based on the geometric shape of the icosahedron. Through the deconstruction of space and the reconstruction of form, the artist finally constructed this 'monster' with a huge volume that exceeds the human visual reading scale, like an alien object flying in from another dimension of time and space. Viewers could feel the association between the Pop Star and transcendental theory that Ralph Waldo Emerson said: The world globes itself in a drop of dew, while the artist enlarges a tiny compound eye into a behemoth.

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Milky Way

The Milky Way project was inspired by the galaxy in the sky. The warm white color tone reflects people's imagination. When night falls, the interlaced lines are illuminated. Full-color LED light tubes are adopted, with 7 shifting colors to produce rich visual effects and display the mystery and charm of the vast universe. The sculpture also spans 90 meters with a height of 40 meters, producing a giant volume. The structure symbolizes the mountain and water landscape of Wuhan.

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Vetrina nel Vento

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Flow

This is a cutting-edge design for those seeking something completely different and modern or just a practical set of furniture. This elegant design creates a graceful interplay between the organic lines and a contemporary look. “Flow” effortlessly fuses the worlds of sculptural art with product design, and makes a huge visual impact within many interior styles. Its adaptability is wonderfully suited for many settings from corporate to residential. The user can change the appearance and utility of the space by using multiple configurations of the pieces creating a stunning view.

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MU'trans

Creativity laboratory in which is carried out a research using unusual materials, developing art-design projects. As result of the research with acetic silicone born MU’trans project. Unique handcrafted pieces or limited edition, in which the home accessory is seen as object-sculpture crossing the thin line between art and design. The objects created look like static but they become tender, elastic and mobile if touched; they start to vibrate and wave unexpectedly. They interact with the user stiring up contrasting feelings. Every object comes with a progressive serial number certificate.

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A consumer's diary

Nowadays identities are structured around the idea of consumption – in other words people create a sense of who they are through what they consume. Material objects are seen as an expression of modern values, attitudes and beliefs, they also give consumers a sense of belonging to a certain group of people. Therefore I decided to explore my own consumer’s identity through publishing a collection of my recent receipts - recreating my individual qualities, group membership and social standing based on the products I've recently consumed

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