PEGA: unfold wall stickers
PEGA: unfold wall stickers PEGA: unfold wall stickers
jan 19, 2010

PEGA: unfold wall stickers

PEGA has released a new line of ‘wall stickers’ that blur the line between decoration and function. the unfold series features a number of different designs that adhere to a wall. these designs each unfold to serve a specific function and aim to explore designing electronic appliances from a decorative perspective. the functions of the wall stickers included a lamp, a radio and a scent diffuser. each sticker is designed using influences from classic origami, revealing its function when unfolded. the scent diffuser looks like a perfume bottle, while the radio is styled like an old gramophone. there is also a table lamp named panto, because it plays a pantomime between the lamp itself and its shadow. pulling the lampshade open or closed controls the light.


    ayesha says:
  • Yeah Id like one for my pool room. optical lamp is rad

    ploptop says:
  • i like it very much…id like one for my sitting room too

    strawberry_girl says:

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