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designer steven haulenbeek is a recent graduate of the masters program at the school of the art institute of chicago. yesterday he sent over one of his current projects, a scalable lighting series called 'cumulus'. cumulus uses photographer’s translucent shoot-through umbrellas as modular components to create a scalable lighting system. by gathering these umbrellas together steven has created a cloud-like form that can be expanded or reduced according to need. i really enjoyed steven's explanation about the project; he says, " I believe that the elements of design already reside all around us. Why can’t these “design elements” be pre-existing designed objects themselves. They are there for the taking. Sometimes it seems like we already have everything we need and maybe we should stop designing and start realizing what we already have." you can find more information on cumulus and all of steven's work right here.



Blogger IMAGINA said...

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7:39 AM  
Blogger Carly said...

these are amazing!

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful ! I really like what he is stating , it makes so much sense ! I am sure this guys loves thrifting and picking things in the street as well.......

10:41 AM  
Blogger shelley said...

simply beautiful

12:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a photographer, I'm especially taken with these. They're absolutely wonderful!

12:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely, lovely... and there are some great concepts on his site too.

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm so glad I chanced upon your blog today. Found so much inspiration from the many details you've posted. I also really love the way Steven Haulenbeek resolved most of his design projects. Simply brilliant!

It's so easy to forget to SEE. So thank you for the reminder!

2:02 AM  

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