CIJ Retail Theater: Sound Installation for A1 Telekom

Posted on | September 12, 2013

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Inspiration Trip 2013 #1: Berlin

Posted on | January 29, 2013

2013’s early days and it was time to hit the road again.

5 days in BERLIN: 7 meetings, 3 exhibitions and lots of inspiring networking and catching up with friends.

 

After very inspiring talks with Carsten Fillinger and Gerald Hensel from Scholz & Friends, Stefan Schmidt from Dieckertschmidt, Karsten Warrinck from Ambermedia, Brand Experience Expert Christian Vatter, Photographer and Public Space Curator Gregor Frotscher and Josef Lentsch and Ulf Brandes from the RSA that will feed some new piece of city research which I am currently working on, I was already more than content. It’s the so-called ‘cherry on the cake’ when you get the chance to absorb all kinds of impressions from walking the streets with your camera, talking to friends, taxi drivers, and anyone keen to express themselves in the city whose residents call it ‘a place where you feel free’. Freedom to express one’s opinion – on house walls, in their daily work, in the way people dress and how they express – whatever it may be.

  

   

The downsider was some noticeable frustration about the much-discussed topics of ‘gentrification’ and ‘the hate against the Swabians’ that passed every meeting and dinner table.

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Urban Experience Project # 2 in Neu Marx

Posted on | November 27, 2012

Cows in Jackets goes Christmas. We (Concept/Idea: Daniela Krautsack – Execution: Gudrun Lenk-Wane with Albert Huspeka – Assistance: Marilen Hennebach – Graphic Design: Roland Kalusa) designed the coolest X-Mas caravan that serves punch & hot spiced wine in Vienna’s Media Quarter Neu Marx recently. Oh, and we decorated the near-by tree that looks a bit sad without its leaves. And we baked cookies. And already made Neu Marx’ employees laugh on our launch evening. 3 weeks of home-made stuff. Yumm. We love jobs that make us combine design — decoration — and culinary delights.

      

Our mock-up design for the client presentation.                              Caravan nearly finished before the launch.

 

Our ‘tree of lamps’:

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TOM FRUIN – THE DOYEN OF PLEXIGLAS

Posted on | November 12, 2012

Tom Fruin is currently touring through Europe and Scandinavia with his Kolonihavehus, a garden house created from colorful salvaged plexiglas and steel. The work takes its name and inspiration from Copenhagen’s ubiquitous kolonihavehus: a modest garden shed originally intended to give state workers a refuge from cramped living conditions in the city.

Fruin, who often works with reclaimed and discarded materials…

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LIGHT & SHADOW ART

Posted on | November 8, 2012

 

   

by Kumi Yamashita                                       by Ellis Gallagher and Pablo Power (idea by ad agency VITRO)

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