“Step Inside a Creative Mind” by Prodigium

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Showcased during the Zagreb Fashion Days, the Step Inside a Creative Mind installation by Prodigium allows young designers to share their most intimate thoughts and bring them to life for the public. This space needs to be highly flexible where designers can freely set up shop and have random people wander around and shop. The dome has an obvious resemblance with a bald human head, with the extra touch of an oversized cool pair of eyeglasses, representing the “stepping inside” the designers’ minds to explore their ideas. This installation is inexpensive yet hip enough to attract passers-by that might be interested in fashion.

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