Orson's graduation project - ‘a Deflated Icon - LC2.2’ - focusses on how we perceive iconic objects. Here he looked at the ‘in-between phase of an iconic object, and how this intermediate phase can develop a unique form language which will breathe new life into these existing recognisable objects.
There is a constant need for a new creation, however through re-interpreting existing objects we can manipulate people’s preconceived idea and value of objects through a new form language on recognisable objects.
This projects was shown at OBJECT Rotterdam 2020 in the Haka Building.
Material: Leather, Poly Pur Foam, Steel Dimensions: W700 x D700 x H600 mm Credits:, Stolz Leathe Images by Michael Smits