CIC x Arttenders
Art at Work Project
The ladies of Studio Maky are sweet and on fire in their use of color and their poppy imagery. Their imaginary world was essential for the Art at Work Project. They sprayed some of their magic into the little boys and girls rooms and will make you crave ice cream and unicorns!
Studio Maky x Art at work
Studio Maky is a creative duo born from the fusion of two colorful minds: Man-Yee Mok, a multimedia designer and animator, and Kwannie Tang, an illustration designer. Their playful concepts include an interactive approach. They take shape through life-sized installations and creative workshops designed for events. Their projects stand out for their flashy energy and commitment as they love building the installations themselves but they embrace challenges with ambitious and elaborated designs. Previous works include scultpures for the Rotterdam Summer Carnival and the Library Rotterdam.
The CIC x Arttenders Art at Work Project commissioned Studio Maky to create a design for one of the bathroom units, adding style and playfulness to a space that is normally considered purely functional.
Photography: Ossip van Duivenbode
Studio Maky on WC Wonderland
WC Wonderland, Happy Drips and Stains (2016) is inspired by the playful shapes of liquid drops and stains; and the the young, creative and innovative atmosphere of CIC. WC Wonderland is the perfect place to enter another world and escape from everyday reality. We want to spark the imagination of the toilet goers with our surprising art installation before heading back to work at CIC, where the best ideas arise.”
About the Art at Work Project
The Art at Work Project consists of a series of creative spaces in the CIC offices. These spaces are customized by various artists in collaboration with Arttenders through different forms of applied arts. This creates immersive and inspirational rooms, where entrepreneurs can meet, be inspired, work and socialize.
More information about the Art at Work Project can be found on the project page.
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