This installation by Paul Cocksedge is an interesting piece submitted for last week's London Design Festival 2010. Entitled 'A Gust of Wind,' Paul Cocksedge made the work to look like a stack of papers being blown into the sky by a breeze.
The sheets are made of Corian and were placed in the hallway of the Victoria & Albert Museum. Each sheet is handmade and engraved by Paul Cocksedge, and were given away to attendees at the end of the event.
The Paul Cocksedge 'A Gust of Wind' Exhibit for London Design Festival 2010
1. Interactive Art Installations - There is a growing demand for experiential art installations that blur the line between art and technology.
2. Sustainable Materials - There is a movement towards using sustainable, eco-friendly materials in art installations, like Paul Cocksedge's use of Corian.
3. Limited Edition Giveaways - Brands and artists can create hype and excitement around their events by offering limited edition giveaways, like the engraved Corian sheets given away at the end of the exhibit.
1. Art and Design - Artists and designers can explore new mediums and materials for creating interactive and sustainable art installations.
2. Event Marketing - Brands can use limited edition giveaways as part of their event marketing strategy to create buzz and increase engagement with attendees.
3. Architecture and Interior Design - Interior designers and architects can incorporate interactive art installations into their designs to create unique and engaging spaces.