Rachael McCall is an Australian designer based in Los Angeles, working, speculating and provoking at the edge of architecture, design and technology.
Team Members: Rachael McCall
Amongst rose-gold dipped, slightly torn edges and wandering textural pixelation, Wildflowers II, puffs, inflates and rips open what were once delicate flowers. Usually, paper-thin rose petals and tulips are swollen at the edges, then broken to reveal multiple layers and scalloped scars. The form plays between skin, flesh, fat and synthetic versus real. The Wildflower is unruly, wild, and binging on a high polycount, in full support of overindulgence wherever possible.
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