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Empty Memory by Logical Art

Every single piece was casted in high-quality 316 stainless steel, hand-polished by craftsmen and finished with various colors. Each design contains a physical emptiness in its sculptural form, giving the metaphor that you can fill the space with your own memory.

Sharing the same interests about the collision of technology and craftsmanship, they ponder over the ultimate question ” what will happen if the technology becomes invisible. ”
They consider the Empty Memory collection as their first response to this long quest.

The collection comes with two different designs – Structure and Transparency, which are the results of two different approaches regarding the same concept by each designer.
The complicated shape of Structure can only be made with Lost-Wax Casting as an unibody.

The Lost-Wax Casting process is normally applied for industrial components; it is not easy to maintain high production volume while keeps the quality of craftsmanship.

After a long period of searching, one and only one manufacturer in Taiwan successfully achieved this high standard and this project is under production now.


Empty Memory is now available at www.logical-art.co.uk

Yoo-Kyung Shin & Hanhsi Chen are recently graduated from MA Design Products course at RCA.
Yookyung Shin designs things in somewhere between craft and design with her industrial background and many award-winning experiences.
Hanhsi Chen designs practical yet arty products with kinetic ideas as he has background of Physics
The name Logical Art represents their collision of Design (Logical ) & Art.

All the images are taken by Photographer Hitomi Kai Yoda

More information & BUY at www.logical-art.co.uk

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We were thrilled when we received these beautiful USB memory sticks by London based Design Studio Logical Art. Industrial designers Yookyung Shin & Hanhsi Chen launched their first usb stick collection called Empty Memory last month. This jewelry collection focuses on the collision of technology and craftsmanship.

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