Client: The National and University library of Zagreb, Museum of Arts and Crafts Zagreb Project Title: “From Klović and Rembrandt to Warhol and Picelj” | Product: Interactive Installation 2009/2010, Museum of Arts and Crafts, Zagreb, Croatia | Design Studio: Studio Rašić Art director: Ante Rašić | Designers: Ante Rašić, Marko Rašić, Vedrana Vrabec Photo: Damir […]
Client: A British Airways Commission for Terminal 5 | Product: Walkway Installation Medium:electroluminescent displays| March, 2008| Designers: Troika photo © Alex Delfanne/Artwise Curators 2010 Troika created a 22m long electroluminescent wall that marks the entrance to the First and Concorde Galleries lounges. At the heart of this installation lies a custom-made modular text display […]
Product: Online Platform | Medium: digital | 2010 | Designer: Luna Maurer Urbaninform is an online platform for creating mini-documentary so that urban developers can explain their process and facilitate change. http://www.urbaninform.net/ (All rights reserved, © Luna Maurer 2011)
Client: personal work | Product: postcard Medium: print | 2003 | Designer: Sara De Bondt “This self-published postcard is identical on both sides. When it was sent to print, the printers got confused and called up to say I forgot to supply the front of the postcard. It can be used in lots of different […]
Client: AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) | Product: Gallery Interactive Mural Medium: Wall mural | Size: 36 foot x 10 foot Summer 2010 | Designers: alfalfa studio The 36 x 10 foot Design Journeys Mural was designed exclusively for the show titled You Are Here, a participatory exhibition shinning light on the careers of […]
Client: AIGA | Product: Campaign Medium: Print| Size: various; poster: 24 x 36 inches; postcards: 4.25 x 6 inches March, 2006| Designers: Alfalfa Studio To promote membership in AIGA, Esquer envisioned a campaign that would abandon a sterile corporate façade. In its place, he would build a vision of AIGA from the inside: organic, […]
Client: Yautepec Gallery | Product: flexible identity Medium: multiple | 2010| Designers: Project Projects Project Projects: Yautepec Gallery identity Located in Mexico City, Yautepec is an art gallery focusing on regionally-based emerging artists. The gallery originated in a neglected, multi-level former food preparation facility allowing for three separate, simultaneous exhibitions. Reflecting this programmatic flexibility, the […]
In Participate: Designing with User-Generated Content, we divided current participatory work into four categories: community, modularity, flexibility, and technology. These four categories comprise the main sections of our book. The multitude of current projects, however, could not fit within the boundaries of these physical sections. Here, on our website, you will find additional example of provocative participatory work.