Repetition is one of my favorite design tricks. When you have a lot of something it can transcend into a greater whole. This is especially true when the something is especially cheap and readily available. In his work with Normal Studio, architect and designer Martin Huberman used a humble clothespin — a lot of humble clothespins — to create some amazing installations as part of the Love Me Tender project.
• 1 - 3 Love Me Tender installation — clothespins hanging on a near-invisible nylon mesh and arranged by color.
• 4 Ioio and Ieie, Tender Lamps produced by La Feliz.
• 5 Tenderama, a DIY concept developed for the Museum of Latin American Art giftshop.
For more about Martin Huberman and his Love Me Tender project with Normal Studio (including many more pictures and DIY inspiration), see Yatzer | A Tender Project from Normal studio.
Images: Ignacio Coló