We stuck our heads in the Kemistry gallery at lunch today to get a better look at Hvass & Hannibal's latest exhibition, 'Losing the plot'.
The exhibit showcases colourful screen prints (like the one above), wooden holograms and a dangly mobile thingy.
The Danish design duo sought inspiration from 'collating, sorting and re-interpreting random data'. Upon bombarding themselves with such information, 'from probability theory to landscape mapping', they apparently 'got lost, and went a bit mad', ending up with 'hypnotic patterns instead of informative plotted results' - hence the name.
Anyway, the exhibit is definitely worth a look, and a great way to jazz up a lunch hour.