The original version of Boontje’s iconic light consisted of a delicate garland of thin steel flowers wrapped around a lightbulb. The artwork for the packaging was created in the darkroom. Sheets of photographic paper were attached to the box and then wrapped with the garland light. Each face was exposed to the light to create six photograms that combined to make a single seamless image.
Campaign Frieze Art Fair – 2012 campaignCampaign Kvadrat – ShapesCampaign Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre – 2003 seasonExhibition Somerset House – Miles Aldridge: I Only Want You To Love MeExhibition Design Museum – Kenneth GrangeExhibition Science Museum – Who am I? (2010)Exhibition Art Institute of Chicago – GTF: Resourceful DesignIdentity Pizza Express – Concept RestaurantsIdentity Oki Nami – Identity (2008)Identity Le Printemps de Septembre à Toulouse – IdentityIdentity Design Museum – IdentityIdentity Frieze Art Fair – IdentityIdentity Habitat – IdentityPackaging Herman Miller – FormworkProduct Graphic Thought Facility – MeBoxPublication Dior/Rizzoli – Dior by AvedonPublication Thames & Hudson – The art of typewritingPublication Modern Design Review – Issues 1 and 2Publication Gagosian – CataloguesPublication Charming Baker – Lie Down I Think I Love YouPublication Thames & Hudson – M to M of M/M (Paris)Publication Bloomsbury – Heston Blumenthal at HomePublication Gagosian – Crash: Homage to JG BallardRetail Vitra – VitraHausWayfinding Hult International Business School – Wayfinding