Every two years, the Pasadena Museum of California Art puts on one of our favorite exhibitions, the California Design Biennial. We managed to snap a few shots of what caught our eye at the opening Saturday. Above, furniture by Mike and Maaike, dresses by Katy Rodriguez. Also check out the graphics and the party.
Everybody was talking about the TOPO Table, by NON designs.
Pottery was well-represented but placed questionably next to high-end electronics.
Danny Hess surfboards and other aerodynamic diversions, like the Ganesha Mobile by Studio Lilica.
This was jewelry made from pixelated stock photography shots of some of the most expensive pieces in the world. Interesting concept, but no way we’re wearing those gaudy things.
Because it wouldn’t be a biennial without police segways!
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