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  • Plato's Collection
    sarajevo BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    amila HRUSTIC: The collection consists of five unique dresses handcrafted from a combination of textiles and paper. The main inspiration for the entire Collection is located in Platonic solids. Plato, the great Greek philosopher, studied what we now call “Platonic solids”. No one knows who first described the shapes of these bodies, perhaps early Pythagoreans, but some, including Euclid, say that it was a close friend of Plato’s Theaetetus.

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  • paper-cut-project
    atlanta GEORGIA

    suckerPUNCH: describe your project

    amy FLURRY and nikki SALK: Paper-cut-project is an installation design element using expressive cutouts. We introduced these delicate paper cuts as an antidote to mass production, a sort of allegiance to hands-on design at the intersection of art and fashion.
    Nikki has long nurtured affection for paper through her own art (see link to her site), and I am a veteran fashion editor and stylist. We make three-dimensional sculptures as styling concepts for fashion shoots, window displays and runway productions.
    Our debut installation was Jeffrey New York and Jeffrey Atlanta (simultaneous) in January 2010. Currently, we are working on a commission for Hermès.

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  • double diddle degradation
    new york NEW YORK

    layers of paper build up in charles CLARY’S compositions to appear as mutant rose windows hiding behind gallery walls. the color gradient created by the changing shades within the stacks amplifies their depth and gives the clusters a pop as they replicate and spread across the room.

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  • strategic hotel
    manchester ENGLAND

    richard SWEENEY utilizes the pliability of ordinary paper in his search for form. stemming from an interest in origami as a child, sweeney explores intricacy as it emerges through folding and creasing. by taking cues from growth principles and his love of trees, his work often references the organic through unique interpretations. this work demonstrates the potential of capturing volume through the manipulation of surface and sheet material.

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