Collection 2021





Post-Replica, Post-Image*

MA Social Design Graduation Project
© Design Academy Eindhoven
Photo credit. Pierre Castignola
Never before have we been so aware of how much copying exists, nor found copying so unavoidable when making anything. Post-Replica, Post-Image* is an ongoing exploration into how the nature and status of objects, images and creative practitioners changes when copying is destigmatised, and instead recognised as a legitimate creative methodology and tool for social inquiry. Iconic design objects that are known almost entirely through images, have been replicated through different materials and techniques, emphasising the incomplete forms, functions, and styles that became a symbolic identity. Then the physical objects are copied back into the digital realm and the cycle repeats.















REPLICA NO.9, JORDAN 1
1985 / NIKE
SIZE : W10 x D28 x H16 cm

REPLICA NO.14, BIRKIN BAG
1984 / Hermès
SIZE : W34 x D17 x H37 cm

REPLICA NO.10, CANE ARMCHAIR
1950s / Pierre Jeanneret
SIZE : W50 x D53 x H86 cm
















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