Designers Reimagine Wordy Brief with Physical Objects

Designers Reimagine Wordy Brief with Physical Objects

New York duo send artists the same three artifacts to inspire stories for a gallery show

Vashti Hallissey
  • 19 november 2014

Usually, creative briefs are long documents full of the latest buzzwords and terminology as clients try to cover all the bases. Two NYC designers put a new spin on the brief, by replacing the standard three pages of text with three bespoke objects and sending them to local artists.

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