Everyday Consumer Goods De-Produced Into Blocks of Raw Materials #ArtTuesday
This is a light bulb de-produced into blocks of its raw materials. It’s part of a series called Materialism by Studio Drift that attempts to “To make the essential nature of the world visible.” Here’s more via COLOSSAL
Dutch design team Studio Drift…codifies the complex mix of materials that are used to create modern consumer goods in their newest series, Materialism. The collection reduces down recognizable items ranging from light bulbs and pencils to bicycles and even a Volkswagen Beetle. Raw materials like graphite, copper, rubber, polyurethane, and aluminum are shown as perfectly sliced blocks, emphasizing the original substance rather than the abstracted functional shape (like a rubber bicycle tube or graphite pencil core).
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