Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Paths of Light

Updated on March 19th, 2014  |  
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Paths of Light
Designed by Franciso Elias | Country: Portugal

“The wooden box contains a short animation entirely designed by Zina Caramelo during 2013. This animation was developed over a period of 9 months through a long process of creating versus destruction. The medium used was a single wooden plank on which reinvented/unrolled all visual and poetic discourse, using multiple techniques. This life cycle ended up in a box, whose construction involved two distinct phases: one mechanical and other manual.  The first stage – mechanical , involves the cutting and laser printing (1 hour and a 30 minutes), getting 6 different pieces. The second and last stage — the manual one, passed by the processing of collage techniques of the 6 pieces, drying (2 days) and sandpaper finish (30 minutes) to create the final drive. Each box is unique.”

Paths of Light

Paths of Light

Paths of Light

Paths of Light

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Paths of Light
Designed by Franciso Elias | Country: Portugal

“The wooden box contains a short animation entirely designed by Zina Caramelo during 2013. This animation was developed over a period of 9 months through a long process of creating versus destruction. The medium used was a single wooden plank on which reinvented/unrolled all visual and poetic discourse, using multiple techniques. This life cycle ended up in a box, whose construction involved two distinct phases: one mechanical and other manual.  The first stage – mechanical , involves the cutting and laser printing (1 hour and a 30 minutes), getting 6 different pieces. The second and last stage — the manual one, passed by the processing of collage techniques of the 6 pieces, drying (2 days) and sandpaper finish (30 minutes) to create the final drive. Each box is unique.”

Paths of Light

Paths of Light

Paths of Light

Paths of Light

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