72dpi 144dpi 300dpi lamp by Guillaume Delvigne

72dpi 144dpi 300dpi lamp
Description

Overview

Low Res - High Res. Attention graphic designers — these are the lamps for you! Paris-based designer Guillaume Delvigne has created a series of lamps that play off of the fundamentals of digital imagery. Produced by Industreal and made of unglazed porcelain, these three pendants are the same basic size and shape but differ in their intricacy of shape. Each is named after a common resolution number or dpi (dots per inch). Moving from left to right (above), 72dpi, 144dpi and 300dpi...
The pendant lamps are available in black or white unglazed porcelain.

Specifications

 

 

Material - Ceramic

Size - 5.9" x 7.5"

 

Designer

 

Guillaume-DelvigneGuillaume Delvigne

Born in France in 1979, Guillaume Delvigne studied at the Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique and the Politecnico di Milano. Graduated in 2002, he starts in Milan along-side George J. Sowden during two years and then he settles in Paris as a freelance designer.
Between 2004 and 2010 he works for various designers such as the RADI Designers, Delo Lindo, Elium Studio, Marc Newson or Cédric Ragot.
In parallel, he leads personal projects for editors and industrial partners (Tefal, La Redoute, Ricard, Fly, Industreal, Specimen, Tek Import, Oxyo, Made in design...).
In 2011 he opens his own studio, inaugurates his first personal exhibition at the ToolsGalerie and receives the Grand Prize of the creation of the city of Paris.
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Né à Saint Nazaire en 1979, Guillaume Delvigne fait ses études à l’Ecole de Design Nantes Atlantique et au Politecnico di Milano. Diplômé en 2002, il débute à Milan aux côtés de George J. Sowden pendant deux ans puis s'installe à Paris en tant que designer freelance.
Entre 2004 et 2010 il travaille pour de nombreux designers comme les RADI Designers, Delo Lindo, Elium Studio, Marc Newson ou Cédric Ragot.
En parallèle il mène des projets personnels pour des éditeurs et des industriels (Tefal, Fly, Ricard, La Redoute, Industreal, Specimen, Tek Import, Oxyo, Made in design...).
En 2011 il ouvre son propre studio, inaugure sa première exposition personnelle à la ToolsGalerie et remporte le Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris.

 

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