Gloss creative have knocked it out of the ball park again…
I spoke to the lovely team and they explained to me where their inspiration had come from. During winter Gloss Creative found Janine and her mum Yahua Huang at Camberwell Market on a Sunday morning with a trestle table filled with small intriguing hand made 3D origami objects and they purchased a miniature pineapple and cactus. Together with Yahua, the Gloss team made small sample shapes, photographed them and enlarged them as part of this display which blends together real shapes and photography. Amazingly the project used 8,000 digitally printed pieces of paper to construct the cactus’, 15 people (The ‘Origami Army’) over 5 days to construct them all and a whooping 10kg of hot glue to join them all together.
Amanda from Gloss explains ”we wanted to express fashions current optimistic colour palette and love of geometric patterns. Pop coloured desert flowers bloom from spiky green cactus like forms above which floating over scaled scarves form the desert sky. Nestled amongst the desert garden peachy triangular vitrine houses MGPO coolest designer accessories.”
Love this scheme by Emma Elizabeth Design. Summer is just getting started down under and they are enjoying the pastel trend in Westfield shopping mall. Cant express how much I love the melting paper beach balls… they are just perfection.
All images from Emma Elizabeth Design, Instagram.