The main focus of my bachelor thesis is the phenomenon of images in everyday-objects.
What happens if three-dimensional objects not only represent a function but also become the carrier of an image? Can a metaphorical transfer of images lead to objects with playful character and personality? The three designs show a way for „hidden objects“ (iron, hand mixer and lint roller) to be
taken out of their concealed presence in shelves and drawers.
The LINT ROLLER is Part III of my thesis.
The third object might seem a little superfluous at first sight. A lint roller is usually an object that is bought for a very small amount of money and then used for a short period of time. But I liked the contradiction of giving such an unappreciated product the attention by turning it into a sculpture with a function.