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Gyuhan Lee Upcylces McDonald’s Paper Bags, Reimagining Packaging Design


Inspired by his fixed meals supply through the depths of the pandemic’s lockdown, Gyuhan Lee created a collection of upcycled paper lamps from McDonald’s luggage. The result’s a collection that fully reimagines packaging as we all know it. The luggage, usually shortly used after which tossed within the trash, are given a brand new, extra everlasting life. Not solely does the collection make a nod towards consumerism and its pitfalls, but it surely additionally sits on the intersection of understanding the artwork of commercial manufacturing and the way it overlaps with a extra selfmade craft aesthetic. 


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