Friday, May 08, 2009

SIKA contest 2009



This days we have been working together Laura Currais, Pablo Muñoz and me for this years SIKA contest. After an intense brainstorming we decided that building a transatlantic was the most realistic but also satiric way to answer to the brief about building a complex in Caiman island so that politicians all over the world can meet and solve the world economic crisis that is hitting so hard.
We didn't have much time so we just take this amazing drawing by Stephen Biesty from the book Incredible Cross-Sections and riped it out. If we had won we would send Stephen a check. But that didn't happen.