No Name Design Features 1,000 Items that are Often Ignored

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Jul 12, 2014 • References: & designboom
No Name Design at the Triennale Design Museum examines certain items that would otherwise be overlooked. These pieces play a larger role in the world today than many people think, which is what the curators are aiming to show with the exhibit.

Items in the exhibit include things such as a beach ball or a cup of Coca Cola. Again, these pieces are such a staple in pop culture and everyday life that people don't realize the effect they have. The beach ball signifies the playfulness of individuals, and Coke is a huge movement that has resulted in everything from campaign sponsorships to obesity. No Name Design tries to encourage people to be more conscious about these surroundings.

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