Claystation and Porter International present:

 

See our POSTER, designed by David Shrigley.

 

Claystation have teamed up with world renowned bag and accessory brand Porter International to develop "My-Bag" - a series of events leading to the production of a Global Tote Bag.

During this fun, interactive event, visitors are invited to draw their belongings on a template of a bag provided. These might be things that you are carrying with you at the time, or perhaps things that you wish you had.

There are four linked interactive exhibitions: London, Milan, New York and Shanghai.

The first of these was held at designersblock, London, September 21st-24th, 2006.

Click here to see images and results of the London exhibition.

The second was held in Milan during the Salone Del Mobile, April 18th-22nd, 2007.

Click here to see images and results of the Milan exhibition.

The third will be in New York during the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF), May 19th-22nd.

Click here to find out more about the New York exhibition.

Each illustration is exhibited, featured on a film, and judged by an invited guest.

20 participants will receive a limited edition Porter International tote bag, and one lucky winner from each event will have their design printed on a specially designed reversible tote bag.

Porter bags will be available to buy at each exhibition.

The judge for the London exhibition was author and illustrator extraordinaire, Graham Rawle.

The judge for the Milan exhibition was Professor Perry King.

The judge for the New York exhibition was Constantin Boym.


Andy Lin, Design Director of Porter International said: “We are very pleased to have
Claystation work on this novel project with us. Our products have always had a big
following with the design community; this is a fun way to include our consumers in the
development of a new product, and also to learn something about how people's personal
belongings differ around the world.”

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© Design Transformation Group 2006

 

 

 

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