Campana Brothers: Concepts Exhibition

Brazilian layout brothers Fernando and even Humberto Campana, or else known as the Campana Brothers, have actually taken control of New York City gallery Friedman Benda in their first ever solo gallery show in the United States with an exhibition called Campana Brothers: Concepts. The brothers' work commonly touches on things like sustainability, globalization, and an expedition of products, however this new body of work pushes their visual and concepts even further with making use of unique products and wanting to utilize certain vanishing practices. Do not fret, the collection still has that little bit of playfulness one would expect from this vibrant duo.

The alligator couch as well as chair are created from life-like packed alligators that are made by an NGO that uses imprisoned females.

The Racket collection is a collection of brass-framed chairs as well as a display made with a nylon sewed base and also remnants of old woven Thonet chairs.

The Boca (Portuguese for "mouth") collection includes a wall surface rack, table, and standing rack that is covered in cowhide.

Fitas (Portuguese for "red stripe") is a buffet, cupboard, and even table built of bent steel.