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12.7.07

arnaud lapierre

parisian designer arnaud lapierre sent over some pictures of his latest work: a side plate/key project called le contact and jirho, a beautiful hanging votive holder. le contact started from a hotel room project. one of the first things people do when they settle into their room is place their personal items (money, watch, glasses, keys) on the bedside table. arnaud designed this porcelain plate/tabletop to hold these items and a red transparent key that, when placed over the decoration on the plate, reveals a hidden city map printed on the plate. such a fun idea...

jirho is a joint project with ethnik.org, a group that promotes art and crafts from africa and madagascar. designed to be placed outdoors in a garden, the light shines through tiny holes in the outer layer, casting delicate shadows below. arnaud's site is still under construction but you can contact arnaud right here if you're interested in any of his projects.

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Anonymous Sonciary Honnoll said...

Just wanted to write that I found www.anthropologie.com via your blog and I love it! Thanks!

1:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

talented AND good looking. :)

7:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

beautiful!! I like his candle too *swoon*

11:04 PM  
Anonymous d*r at glittersmog said...

the level of creativity in arnuad's work is mind-boggling. the concept itself is genius, the execution flawless. i'm speechless. thanks for highlighting his work.

1:45 PM  
Blogger The Silly Wagon said...

Ok I totally dig his work, but mostly I kinda just want to make out with Arnaud...he is pretty dreamy!

6:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arnaud rocks, I found some of his work on this website :

http://mocoloco.com/archives/003968.php

pretty good

8:11 AM  
Anonymous Arnaud said...

Thank you Grace, I keep in touch with you.... ;)

8:17 AM  
Blogger arnaud said...

The website adress will be

www.arnaudlapierre.com

Thank you

arnaud

3:23 PM  

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