AGAGAG brings to life one-of-a-kind objects that are characterised by a subversive humour and playfulness that reflects in a symbolic and naive style.
These blankets, pillows, lamps and stools are a collage of the past and the present and draw their inspiration from folkloric traditions, mythical characters and everyday situations. They like to be your companion adding a touch of emotion and wonkiness to your homes. They like to withdraw themselves from the boundaries of categorisation and instead can be interpreted as objets to play with, to look at or to simply use.
Each item is handmade.
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Explore the collection:
AGAGAG ceramics turn the inanimate matter of clay into friendly roommates, giving you light in the darkness. They are handcrafted and available in small batch numbers.
AGAGAG textiles are collages made of vintage fabrics. These patchworks of signs and symbols tell manifold stories of what once was and what will be.
Tsukumogamis are abandoned, vintage objects transformed into something new. The result can be anything from stools to lamps
The objects of AGAGAG are created by Antonia Gilg, a multidisciplinary designer based in Munich, Germany. Before diving into the world of AGAGAG, she has been working as an accessories designer for Adidas, Y-3 and Porsche Design.
For more work in accessories design check out︎︎︎www.antoniagilg.de
© Hannes Rohrer
(the bad ones are from me.)
can somebody tell me what the hell I do it for? cause I need to know. I really got to know.