Fuorisalone 2019: the car signed by Guillermo Santomá

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9 April 2019

On the occasion of Design Week in Milan, Spanish designer Guillermo Santomá has created an installation made of Rimowa suitcases.

It’s made of Rimowa‘s suitcases, the aluminum machine exhibited inside the Spazio Maiocchi on the occasion of Design Week in Milan. Both the creative studio Kaleidoscope and the famous Spanish designer Guillermo Santomá took part in the project.

The car has been named Gas in honor of Ed Ruscha’s famous “Twentysix Gasoline Stations” series, but the installation is also capable of animating with light and sound. To complete the project we find a photo book and a short film, made for the occasion by Thibaut Grevet, set between the landscape of the desert of Los Monegros and the artist’s studio in Barcelona.

Check out our gallery below and take a look at the best of Design Week here.

Fuorisalone 2019: the car signed by Guillermo Santomá | Collater.al
Fuorisalone 2019: the car signed by Guillermo Santomá | Collater.al
Fuorisalone 2019: the car signed by Guillermo Santomá | Collater.al
Fuorisalone 2019: the car signed by Guillermo Santomá | Collater.al
Fuorisalone 2019: the car signed by Guillermo Santomá | Collater.al

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