The British fashion designer Lulu Guinness OBE is famous for her exquisite and witty handbag line which she launched in 1989. She has recently however forayed into the world of art by commissioning a full body pin art installation, located beneath London’s St John’s Gate. The installation puts a smile on your face, and will for many be reminiscent of one of their favorite childhood toys. As you can see from the pictures below, countless passersby have interacted with this outstanding Lulu Guinness creation.
Land Securities a large property developer in the UK has recently redeveloped 80 Victoria Street London. The aim was to redevelop the space into modern and desirable offices. One problem which needed overcoming was how to show potential tenants the spatial delimitation of the offices in question. The massive area was to be divided into 4 separate offices, and so to aid visualization Radford Wallis was tasked with designing a creative way of dividing the area before the actual separators were built.
The scaled stationary has a maximum impact, and if you ask us we think it looks very cool indeed!
[Pictures via Radford Wallis]
Andromeda’s Fluxus is a glass art installation collaboration between between Karim Rashid and Artist Michela Vianello. This wavering Murano glass sculpture was created to adorn White Gallery, the first big lifestyle store to be opened in Rome in October 2009. It covers 60 square meters uses 80,000 handmade glass knit elements and 6000 kg of glass, steel and technology.