Global Warming Rugs designed by NEL Colectivo
NEL is a site for testing formed by a progressing cumulative of Mexican designers. The cumulative, founded in 2004, works as a network to make and exhibit jobs that focus on the visionary and playful side of layout. The natural nature of the collective allows for an ever-changing swimming pool of designers, which then produces an assortment of projects that range from political declarations to spirited storytelling or official explorations. The present members of NEL are Ricardo Casas, Alejandro Castro, Héctor Esrawe, Emiliano Godoy and Cecilia León de la Barra.Pack Of DogsIntroduced at the 2007 Salone Satellite in Milan, these pieces are based on the shape of a canine, in different dimensions and positions. The dogs, named after renowned Mexican wrestlers (Aguayo, El Santo, Alushe and MÃstico) may work as side tables, feces, benches, bookshelves, publication shelfs, paper holders, bookends, etc. The Pack of Dogs collection is made making use of youthful teak wood from sustainably handled forests.Quetza (short bookcase)Quetza is a bookcase appearing like the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl, that took the type of a feathery snake. The component can be leaned against a wall or assisted by a table or chair. The snake appears to come down to the pavement as if gliding down a staircase, as it was frequently represented in pre-Hispanic architecture.Global WarmingRugs have actually generally been tools to convey messages from every culture, artistic and sensible ways for civilisations to share themselves. This collection functions as a site for interaction, embodying its own clear message from our times. The Mexican Nel Collective discovered the opportunity of discovering a non-conventional job to disperse a direct message, an invite to show regarding the present globe and its state of emergency situation. The name of these eco-friendly carpets mentions everything: global warming, represented in the seclusion of one little polar bear in three dimensions, unprotected and adrift on a block of ice, in the middle of an enormous sea. It is a providing of hope, the expect a far better future, a world that is possible.