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  • mocca museum nyc
    los angeles CALIFORNIA

    1st PLACE – $1200

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    volkan ALKANOGLU : Comic and Cartoon Art, from its early stages to the sophistication of this current Century, has been of remarkable importance in cultural history. The MOCCA Museum in New York is a representative of this legacy and its unpredictable, but assuredly rich, future.

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  • bagpipe
    copenhagen DENMARK

    2nd PLACE – $800

    MAST consists of: ivar HEGGHEIM, jon ANDERSEN, rasmus MØLLER & mads m. ANDERSEN

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    MAST: The overall geometry is driven by the attributes of the chimney, the formal structural qualities of the cone and the organic nature of the hair, by this juxtaposition a ‘character’ to state the relation to the Mocca context is pursued.

    The Mocca Museum as a highly flexible exhibitions space is informed by the program and the sun pattern.

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  • BLOP!!..POW!!..WIZZZZZZZ
    gliwice POLAND

    HONORABLE MENTION – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    jerome GLAIROUX: The project was made as an answer not only to solve the problem of how to « collect, preserve, and display cartoons and comics arts », but at first to create a place where the city, the people that are living in, and the function of the building could meet in an harmonious way. 

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  • tortoise
    lexington KENTUCKY

    THIRD PLACE – $300

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    erin RUHL + jordan HINES: The mission of MoCCA is to “collect, preserve, educate, and display cartoon and comic art” with the primary goal of “educating the public about comic and cartoon art, how it is crafted, and how it reflect history.”Keeping this goal in mind, the ideology of the museum could be compared to a tortoise.  The tortoise embodies a sense of history, ancestry, preservation, and wisdom.  With history and education as the heart of MoCCA’s mission, the library, classrooms, and gallery spaces become the body of the museum. It is then lifted off the ground not only to provide communal space at the street level, but to elevate the contents to a more dynamic position. 

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  • bubble art display for mocca / bad for mocca
    sunnyside NEW YORK

    HONORABLE MENTION – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    erick KRISTANTO : Bubble Art Display is a way of presenting comic and cartoon art into an architectural building as a public display that attracts people with the intention of promote the art itself. The concept originates from a series of bubble quotes used in comics, which, in this design, is used to display the programs of the Museum. The dynamic and playful interior space, created by the bubble quotes shapes, generates an engaging, fun visitor’s experience, which allows them to observe different activities happening at the same time. Moreover, these bubble quotes are connected by a vertical helix ramp at the center of the building.
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  • museum of comic and cartoon art
    baton rouge, LOUISIANA

    HONORABLE MENTION – $100

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project.

    guy a AVELLONE: This concept for the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) was designed with an aggressive aesthetic aimed at increasing museum patronage. The aggressive aesthetic was inspired by the comic illustration technique for expressing motion. Streaks were “drawn” onto the exterior to illustrate, as in comics and cartoons, a striking visual motion toward the street. The angle at which the museum is “flying” is 21 degrees, which expresses the Lower East Side street grid angle, desirable stadium seating angle, and is a compatible angle with Tschumi’s Blue Condos across Delancey Street.

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