San Francisco Design Week 2019
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Anton & Irene

Studio
Anton & Irene

Country
USA

Designer(s)
Design & Photography: Anton Repponen Copy: Jon Earle

Description
Building the brutalist Breuer Building in the bloody boondocks was brutal. But worth it. Try making a clay pot inside a kiln, or basting a turkey that’s still in the oven. That’s what it was like at night, when the gnats crawled out of every little crack in the ground and kamikaze-attacked our eyeballs. I honestly don’t remember how we got the concrete on site. Mules? It was all such a blur. There’s only one window because the glass was so hot none of the guys would touch it. Nah, I’m just kidding. Breuer wanted it that way. I kind of like it; it’s like a cyclops eye or a barnacle or something.

  Studio  Anton & Irene   Country  USA   Designer(s)  Design & Photography: Anton Repponen  Copy: Jon Earle   Description  Building the brutalist Breuer Building in the bloody boondocks was brutal. But worth it. Try making a clay pot inside a kiln, or basting a turkey that’s still in the oven. That’s what it was like at night, when the gnats crawled out of every little crack in the ground and kamikaze-attacked our eyeballs. I honestly don’t remember how we got the concrete on site. Mules? It was all such a blur. There’s only one window because the glass was so hot none of the guys would touch it. Nah, I’m just kidding. Breuer wanted it that way. I kind of like it; it’s like a cyclops eye or a barnacle or something.   Website   antonandirene.com    How to purchase this poster  Limited editions of CommUnity posters are available at Plotnet Prints ( plotnetprints.com ).  All posters are printed 24" x 36" on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm (100% Cotton Rag paper).

Studio
Anton & Irene

Country
USA

Designer(s)
Design & Photography: Anton Repponen
Copy: Jon Earle

Description
Building the brutalist Breuer Building in the bloody boondocks was brutal. But worth it. Try making a clay pot inside a kiln, or basting a turkey that’s still in the oven. That’s what it was like at night, when the gnats crawled out of every little crack in the ground and kamikaze-attacked our eyeballs. I honestly don’t remember how we got the concrete on site. Mules? It was all such a blur. There’s only one window because the glass was so hot none of the guys would touch it. Nah, I’m just kidding. Breuer wanted it that way. I kind of like it; it’s like a cyclops eye or a barnacle or something.

Website
antonandirene.com

How to purchase this poster
Limited editions of CommUnity posters are available at Plotnet Prints (plotnetprints.com).

All posters are printed 24" x 36" on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 308gsm (100% Cotton Rag paper).