The WIRED Store
Informed by the magazine’s “What’s Inside” monthly feature, the WIRED Store sought to explain how things work by showcasing what they’re made of. Product curatation, space architecture, bespoke furniture and a unique design language were created to communicate the idea. Even a modified x-ray machine was rolled into the space.
To celebrate David Shrigley winning the 2016 Fourth Plinth in London's Trafalger Square, The Peanut Gallery has mounted an intimate show featuring two works.
1MSQFT – A survey of culture by Windows. 1274 square feet at Sundance Film Festival.
Things your Mom says on things your Mom makes.