Restaurant Hires Designers To Redecorate Their Bathroom Without Changing Its Old Tiles, So They Did This http://ift.tt/2pec8RB

marzo 15, 2018

Gyva Grafika, a creative design and decor studio from Lithuania, has perfectly upgraded the walls of an old toilet, bringing the outside to the inside.

They were asked by a restaurant called Galeria Urbana to redecorate their old bathroom without changing its tiles. So, the artists photographed a neighborhood in Kaunas they grew up in and printed some stickers. The result- an unusual interactive experience like you haven’t seen before.

“Lithuania often neglects its public spaces,” Gyva Grafika told Bored Panda. “A lot of people live in the cleanest apartments but once they step outside the situation changes completely. Stairwells, yards, and other public spaces are usually abandoned and ignored. For this reason, we have decided to balance these daily surroundings and introduced the outside to the inside.” Thus, the “WC for architects” was born.

Following the success of the project, Gyva Grafika has now decided to sell tiles just like these. If you’re interested, contact them on social media.

More info: gyvagrafika.lt | Behance | Facebook (h/t dyt)

A restaurant has asked a creative design studio to redecorate their old bathroom

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

But they were told not to remove its old tiles

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

So, the studio decided to photograph the neighborhood they grew up in and turn the images into stickers

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

“There were people who didn’t trust the paparazzi they saw through their windows. Some even went outside to question us”

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

“But we would tell them about the art project we were working on and they would happily leave us alone”

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

“Lithuania often neglects its public spaces”

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

“A lot of people live in the cleanest apartments but once they step outside the situation changes completely”

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

“Stairwells, yards, and other public spaces are usually abandoned and ignored”

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

“For this reason, we have decided to balance these daily surroundings and introduced the outside to the inside”

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

Thus, the “WC For Architects” was born

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

Image credits: Gyva Grafika

Would you like to sit on this toilet? Let us know in the comments below!



from DeMilked http://ift.tt/2Du8sz6
via IFTTT

No hay comentarios:

Con la tecnología de Blogger.