Agatha Haines’s portfolio has 3D-printed organs, hyperrealistic (but artificial) flayed faces, and surgically altered infants. The collective We Make Carpets has a rug composed of 6,000 paper drink umbrellas. Formafantasma has vases and tables made from volcanic rock. The differences in these designers’ work is obvious, but the less-apparent similarity is the focus of Dream Out Loud: Designing for Tomorrow’s Demands, an exhibition of white-hot Dutch designers at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
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