Stockholm based Museum Studio updates with a few more of the quirky and somewhat strange projects that you either love them or hate them for (either way they are hard to ignore).

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Stockholm based Museum Studio has been busy and has been updating with some new and as always unique project work. I cut their two posters for the exhibit “It was on Earth that I knew Joy” at the SCION artspace in Los Angeles in half just two show how the two worked together. Like I said, very unique and always interesting work.

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I am not entirely sure how to describe the work of Museum Studio. It isn’t necessarily entirely new or different, but then again what the hell is. But that is actually what I really like about it. They sort of aggregate preexisting imagery and cultural symbols to imbibe their work with layers of meaning, and they manage to do all of that through really simple iconic collage-like layouts. The end result is kind of light and dreamy, provoking imagination and the recall of buried subconscious memories.

I guess what I am trying to say is that, I like, dig it man.

I want to go to Sweden so badly. From the design that is created there, it must just be a magical place. Someday.

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