wilson brothers: formula one car
feb 19, 2010
wilson brothers: formula one car

‘f1 car-d’

based in UK, the wilson brothers have created a formula 1 car using puma shoe boxes.
it was part of an installation in the new store at north state street, chicago and references
the ongoing relationship puma has with motor sports.

the wilson brothers are made up of oscar, ben, and luke. each member brings their own
expertise ranging from graphic design, industrial design to music to their collaborative projects.

film edited by dan canyon
music by inkbox

‘f1 car-d’

‘f1 car-d’ detail

individual template parts of ‘f1 car-d’ made puma boxes

‘f1 car-d’ installation, north state street, chicago

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