From the ground floor, the final 3D installation looks like an architectural maquette. Illegible, mysterious, fascinating, unreadable. Only from the top floor the lettering can be read. 'informe', meaning 'without form' in Italian, and referring to the English verb 'inform'. More than 300 square meters of Marazzi tiles have been used to create the 2x1x6 meters typographic piece. All to be removed again, just existing for a short moment, temporary, for a good time.
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daniele -- Thursday, December 8 2005, 12:59 am
a great workshop...giovanni...hi akiem & bas, from your crew...
Bas -- Thursday, December 8 2005, 11:56 am
More on this workshop at the Italian design blog Sozial Design Zine: http://socialdesignzine.aiap.it/sdz/archives/005947.php
carolina -- Thursday, December 8 2005, 08:55 pm
COOL! You're great! love u.
fabrizio -- Friday, December 9 2005, 11:07 pm
well done underwear!! congratulation for your work. p.s. Giovanni was very tired, he is sleeping from the end of job.
Sergio & friends -- Saturday, December 10 2005, 08:35 pm
WE ARE THE BEST. FORZA MOLOSSI
sergio -- Saturday, December 10 2005, 08:38 pm
Bassettone, "Cioccolata potente".
chris r -- Wednesday, January 11 2006, 09:45 pm
That's beautiful. As always, great work.
Dav -- Thursday, January 12 2006, 02:15 pm
Niiice, I wish I could have been there Florence AND Underware, now what could a italy lovin' typoholic want more :)
nora -- Wednesday, January 18 2006, 11:48 am
great work. i'm impressed. as usual visiting this site and exploring your ideas. today i posted a link to this site at: http://www.slanted.de