RED NEVER FOLLOWS.

The “RED NEVER FOLLOWS” exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery features 20 iconic items by 20 contemporary artists and designers from around the world to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the HUGO brand. Since the opening on July 31, more than 60,000 people have already visited the exhibition. Among the involved creatives are Elisa Stotzyk, Guvenc Ozel, and Marco Barotti. Elisa Stotzyk is a German textile designer. She created a blanket made of soft and flexible wood pieces. Guvenc Ozel designed a kinetic installation that turns your brain frequencies into a reactive environment. Marco Barotti is an Italian artist currently based in Berlin, Germany. His interactive sound sculpture “The Pulse of London” is part of the Plastique Fantastique. The sculpture reacts to your heartbeat.

Free to the public, the “RED NEVER FOLLOWS” exhibition will run until September 1, 2013. Don’t miss it.

Blanket made of soft & flexible wood pieces by German textile designer Elisa Stotzyk

Blanket made of soft & flexible wood pieces by German textile designer Elisa Stotzyk

Blanket made of soft & flexible wood pieces by German textile designer Elisa Stotzyk - close up

Blanket made of soft & flexible wood pieces by German textile designer Elisa Stotzyk – close up

Kinetic installation by Guvenc Ozel

Kinetic installation by Guvenc Ozel

Kinetic installation by Guvenc Ozel

Kinetic installation by Guvenc Ozel

Interactive sound sculpture The Pulse of London by Marco Barotti

Interactive sound sculpture The Pulse of London by Marco Barotti

Interactive sound sculpture The Pulse of London by Marco Barotti

Interactive sound sculpture The Pulse of London by Marco Barotti

About the author, Dirk Petzold.

Dirk is the owner and founder of WE AND THE COLOR. With great experience working as a graphic designer, illustrator, and creative director, his aim ist to show creative ideas and outstanding design solutions developed by creative minds from around the globe and from different fields such as design, art, photography, architecture, filmmaking, etc...

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