Living Pixels.

Almost all of creations from the KaCaMa Design Lab are examples of sustainable design & integrate Waste as the main materials. This is a name dedicated to creating change through (the process of) design.

Today, designdaily.. brings you the project Living Pixels, where the main material is Recycled Advertisement Banners.

Living Pixels from KaCaMa Design Lab.

The text is from the official lab site.

Taking recycled advertising banners as the project’s starting point; the designers gave a unique three-dimensionality to the material by cutting it into small pieces and combining them together to create interesting volumes of light and texture. The designers focused their efforts by creating each light shade individually and specifically for each stand, selecting the right banners, sorting out matching colors and sewing each patch by hand to build the perfect irregular shape. As the banners are printed on one side only, the lamps appear to be white and pale when switch off, but the plain appearance radically changes once the lamps are lighted on the colors emerge from the inside.



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