The clothes hanger gains a rather pedestrian second use thanks to the London-based design firm Faudet-Harrison. This hanger, made for shoe maven Tracey Neuls's new store in Shoreditch, has a shoehorn on each end.
The original Mirror Puzzle was a not-so-standard jigsaw—Wong substituted reflective pieces for standard printed cardboard. Ascalon’s black-and-brass stained glass evolves the thoughtful concept.
Tobias Wong once traded a cigarette for a die from a stranger on the street. McSwain honored his friend with a portrait composed of 13,138 plastic dice—one for every day of Wong’s life.
Beginning September 20, 2012, the Museum of Vancouver will host the first-ever solo exhibition of the late, Vancouver-born conceptual artist Tobias Wong. The show will feature over 50 pieces of Wong's groundbreaking work with common objects, including well-known items such as Bulletproof Quilted Duvet, the Ottoman, and This is a Lamp. The exhibition, a product of Wong's friends, collaborators, and family, ends January 1, 2013.