Israel’s Layout Museum Holon is hosting an exhibition covering 10 years function by Spanish designer Jamie Hayón, which includes a new mirror developed to resemble an animal mask.
The Encounter Mirror, which was created exclusively for the Funtastico exhibition and to mark the Holon museum’s fifth anniversary, is made from engineered-stone marquetry.
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The eyes are created from circular pieces of mirror, and the materials is repeated in upside-down triangles that form the teeth.
Red sections of Caesarstone produced quartz form the nose and head, even though darker grey pieces make up the rest of the encounter. A tongue is manufactured out of wood-coloured slices of stone laid subsequent to a single one more.
“What this piece tries to display is the character, heaviness and the path of the materials,” explained Háyon, who has proven his penchant for encounter motifs ahead of, developing a watch with a monkey-like visage.
“Every culture, folklore and civilisation has masks, which helps make me wonder: what would come about if you discovered a mask two,000 many years from now?” he additional. “Masks are usually envisaged as something behind which you cover by yourself. Alternatively, this piece is the two a mask and a mirror.”
Also on demonstrate at the Design Museum of Holon is an oversized handcrafted and painted chess set, initially constructed by Hayón for the London Design Festival in 2009
“Folks can both cover behind the mask, while at the very same time reflect themselves with it,” said Hayón. “The playfulness of it gets to be interesting and a supply of curiosity.”
Other pieces in the exhibition include Hayón’s Green Chicken rocking horse, designed in 2006, and an oversized handcrafted and painted chess set, initially created for London Style Festival in 2009.
Hayón’s Green Chicken rocking horse is also on show as portion of the exhibition
Ceramic cacti, a assortment of gold-covered monkey masks and Hayón’s Rockin’ Sausage – a bench shaped like a giant lilac scorching dog – are also featured.
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“This is the first time the museum is operating collectively with an international foremost designer particularly to produce a new piece for the museum collection,” said Style Museum Holon chief curator Galit Gaon.
As well as Hayón’s Green Chicken rocking horse, his Rockin’ Sausage is also on present
Hayón, who is acknowledged for his playful strategy to design and style, has previously produced every little thing from a assortment of mirrors shaped like tennis-table bats, to tables formed from concrete cartoon monkeys.
The Funtastico exhibition opened on thirty November 2015 and continues until 30 April 2016.