PUT UR EGO IN A BOX 1
is a collection of ideas about search of the genuine self-identification. we work with stereotypes that shape and regulate social behavior in public space.

the project is carried out by different media: accessories, prints, textiles, video etc.
put ur ego in a box
PUT UR EGO IN A BOX 1 is a collection of ideas about search of the genuine self-identification. we work with stereotypes that shape and regulate social behavior in public space. the project is carried out by different media: prints, accessories, textiles, video etc.

people limit each other, force to feel discomfort and guilt, - we are interested to figure out where these desires come from and to catch that sharp feeling of discomfort. on the contrary, by calling to put ego in a box, we are geting it out. trying on someone else's ego, we are questioning what exactly drives people to limit others and themselves.

accessories with a slogan PUT UR EGO IN A BOX look not only beautiful and inexplicit, but also uncomfortable to wear. what will a person choose: to wear a concept or comfort? functionality of jewelry or its effect in public? the collection attracts with its distinction from everyday accessories. it is the difference, where we see the key opportunity to give a new direction to the usual order of things.

PUT UR EGO IN A BOX textile tufting also calls to question self-identification. this is not a carpet on the floor, not a scarf and not a cover for the car. textile is very beautiful and attractive, but it doesn't have a specific place or function. we are trying to find a place for this product, just like dealing with an ego in our life.

by experimenting in this way, we come to the conclusion that self-identification is something that is impossible to hide or place, because it is at the root of all things. when we get close to understading of self-identification from different perspectives - we get a chance to cause changes.
PUT UR EGO IN A BOX 1 is a collection of ideas about search of the genuine self-identification. we work with stereotypes that shape and regulate social behavior in public space. the project is carried out by different media: prints, accessories, textiles, video etc.

people limit each other, force to feel discomfort and guilt, - we are interested to figure out where these desires come from and to catch that sharp feeling of discomfort. on the contrary, by calling to put ego in a box, we are geting it out. trying on someone else's ego, we are questioning what exactly drives people to limit others and themselves.

accessories with a slogan PUT UR EGO IN A BOX look not only beautiful and inexplicit, but also uncomfortable to wear. what will a person choose: to wear a concept or comfort? functionality of jewelry or its effect in public? the collection attracts with its distinction from everyday accessories. it is the difference, where we see the key opportunity to give a new direction to the usual order of things.

PUT UR EGO IN A BOX textile tufting also calls to question self-identification. this is not a carpet on the floor, not a scarf and not a cover for the car. textile is very beautiful and attractive, but it doesn't have a specific place or function. we are trying to find a place for this product, just like dealing with an ego in our life.

by experimenting in this way, we come to the conclusion that self-identification is something that is impossible to hide or place, because it is at the root of all things. when we get close to understading of self-identification from different perspectives - we get a chance to cause changes.
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otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box
otog studio - put ur ego in a box