We Don't Need No Design Control

 Image from  gufram.it

Image from gufram.it

Did you catch the new, interactive exhibition by Gufram at 10 Corso Como in Milan this April? Entitled We Don't Need No Design Control, the surreal, contemporary cactus forest (Drocco/Mello, 2010-2012) encourages the viewer to reconsider the natural world, while the primary colored Babylonia (Studio 65, 1973) invites one to interact with the piece, knocking down and building up the oversized blocks into new and fantastic cityscapes. Visit Gufram's website to see more of their amazing vintage and contemporary design.  

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