A Line Of Rugs Inspired By 1975 Antonioni Film The Passenger
One Brooklyn-based creative duo pays homage to Michelangelo Antonioni's The Passenger in abstract designs
Posters, mugs, figurines—merchandise inspired by iconic films takes various shapes and forms, but Phoebe Sung and Peter Buer decided to pay homage to their favorite movie in a more unique way: with a line of handmade rugs. The creative duo behind Cold Picnic, a Brooklyn-based home accessories brand, dissected iconic sets from the Michelangelo Antonioni film The Passenger to turn them into abstract designs.
The result will surely satisfy film aficionados and interior decorators alike.
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Steven Dean is a designer, educator and entrepreneur focused on consumer health and wellness innovation. At his design consultancy, G51 Studio, he is involved in a broad range of projects that span business strategy, interaction and experience design, service design, and brand experience. He has designed and developed integrated user experiences for health and wellness platforms including mobile devices, networked applications and websites.