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Chen Chen and Kai Williams' Mirror Masks are just pieces of glass painted with a few simple shapes, but because our brains are hard-wired to read the feelings that lie behind facial expressions, they still manage to invoke emotion.
The designers actually first conceived the mirror masks as more elaborate, tribal designs, but ultimately pared back to the emoji-like trio after they noticed the powerful anthropomorphizing effect. “We found it interesting that three abstract marks are instantly recognizable as a face,” says Chen, noting that their emotional resonance is only amplified when you glimpse your own reflection in them.
Available in three models, yes, no, and maybe, or as a set of all three. A small keyhole is milled into the back for easy hanging on a screw. Hardware included.
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Chen Chen & Kai Williams is a New York based design studio working in furniture, products and materials. It was founded in 2011 by Pratt Institute graduates Chen Chen and Kai Williams. Their work has shown at Moss, Phillips de Pury, The Future Perfect, Matter, Elemental, Inventory Objects, Collectivo Amor de Madre, and in the Wunderkammer pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
Chen Chen & Kai WilliamsはNYに拠点をおき、家具〜プロダクトを素材に拘り生み出すデザインスタジオ。2011年にPrattインスティチュートを卒業した２人は、すでにMoss, Phillips de Pury, The Future Perfect, Matter, Elemental, Inventory, Objects, Collectivo Amor de Madre, Wunderkammer pavilion at the Venice, Architecture Biennaleなど多くの展示経歴をもつ新進気鋭のスタジオです。