FL@33

multi-disciplinary
design studio

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Idpure, Special edition, 8-page FL@33 profile also featuring previously unpublished projects, Morges, Switzerland, April / May 2005 (English and French)
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Idpure, Special edition, 2005

IDPURE | FL@33 PROFILE
Presenting our Early Music artwork for Royal Festival Hall's Classical Music Campaign, FL@33's Singing Pasta / Eat and Be Eaten, one of the Cityscape Insects, previously unpublished visuals from the Flying Roofs series and also for the first time the 8 minutes 20 seconds prints Millenium Bridge and Little Venice.

|p.42| FL@33 PROFILE |
FRENCH
FL@33 qui se prononce Flat33, est un studio pluridisciplinaire spécialisé dans la communication visuelle. Fondé en 2001 par Agathe Jacquillat et Tomi Vollauschek. Ce collectif situé a Londres, s'inspire des choses déplaisantes, banales voire saumâtres, pour les rendre esthétiques et belles, dans le but de les regarder sous un autre angle. Déjà connu pour plusiers de leurs créations comme Eat and Be Eaten des pâtes qui mangent et qui se font manger, leurs séries d'illustrations composées de crayons de couleurs, ou leurs amusantes grues mutantes qui se transforment en insecte, Agathe et Tomi développent leurs projets en se basant sur la théorie de la puissance 3, qui applique un certain équilibre entre l'intectuel, la connaissance et l'émotion. Traduits par une imagination d'observation et de curiosité, exprimant dans une façon des plus élégantes et des plus éloquentes, une vision du monde plus fraîche et plus vibrante.

FL@33 PROFILE |
ENGLISH
FL@33 (pronounced Flat33), is a multi-disciplinary studio specialised in visual communication. Founded in 2001 by Agathe Jacquillat and Tomi Vollauschek – this group established in London – draws its inspiration from disagreeable, ordinary, even unpleasant items, imparting aesthetic qualities and beauty in order to look at them in a different light. Already known for several of their works, such as Eat and Be Eaten
– pasta eating and being eaten – and their series of illustrations made up of colour pencils, or their funny mutant cranes which turn into insects, Agathe and Tomi develop their projects based on the Power of 3 theory – the balance of intellect, skill and emotion. Transposed by a totally original imagination, their projects are impregnated with humour, irony, observation and curiosity, expressing in a most elegant and eloquent way a fresher and more vibrant vision of the world.

Idpure, Special edition, 2005

Idpure, Special edition, 2005

Idpure, Special edition, 2005

Idpure, Special edition, 2005

Idpure, Special edition, 2005

Idpure, Special edition, 2005

 

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