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  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 
  • This & That | Simon Lemmerer | Stefan Leitner
BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 

This & That | Simon LemmererStefan Leitner

BAM and Mr. Dero were looking for an innovative visual concept for their upcoming double EP/LP. The EPs are titled “THIS” and “THAT” and will constitute the album with the title “THIS&THAT”.

The original idea was to create an anamorphic installation of the two words with different colors and plotted letters. However, soon we realized that it would be way to complex to install the entire words. That is why we agreed on just creating the initial letters of the words and the ampersand.

Additionally the concept has been adapted. We rescued old instruments and other music equipment from the junkyard or picked up non-repairable instruments from collectors and music stores. 

  • Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
  • Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
  • Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
  • Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
  • Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.

Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via

For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.

  • Intersections | Anila Quayyum Agha | Via
Winner of both the public and juried vote of artprize 2014, pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha exercises the architecture of the grand rapids art museum in Michigan by infilling it with a dynamic interplay of shadow and light.‘Intersections’ comprises a 6.5-foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.
  • Intersections | Anila Quayyum Agha | Via
Winner of both the public and juried vote of artprize 2014, pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha exercises the architecture of the grand rapids art museum in Michigan by infilling it with a dynamic interplay of shadow and light.‘Intersections’ comprises a 6.5-foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.
  • Intersections | Anila Quayyum Agha | Via
Winner of both the public and juried vote of artprize 2014, pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha exercises the architecture of the grand rapids art museum in Michigan by infilling it with a dynamic interplay of shadow and light.‘Intersections’ comprises a 6.5-foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.
  • Intersections | Anila Quayyum Agha | Via
Winner of both the public and juried vote of artprize 2014, pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha exercises the architecture of the grand rapids art museum in Michigan by infilling it with a dynamic interplay of shadow and light.‘Intersections’ comprises a 6.5-foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.

Intersections | Anila Quayyum Agha | Via

Winner of both the public and juried vote of artprize 2014, pakistani artist Anila Quayyum Agha exercises the architecture of the grand rapids art museum in Michigan by infilling it with a dynamic interplay of shadow and light.‘Intersections’ comprises a 6.5-foot laser-cut wooden cube pierced with carefully crafted patterns and illuminated from the inside, which casts expansive, lace-like geometries onto the surrounding walls, ceiling and floor.

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