FUTURA PROXIMA Curated For Gucci
FUTURA PROXIMA Curated For Gucci
FUTURA PROXIMA Curated For Gucci
FUTURA PROXIMA Curated For Gucci
FUTURA PROXIMA Curated For Gucci
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Photography by Carlijn Jacobs & Make-up by Thomas de Kluyver
Evie Harris at Ford wears Gucci High Jewelry ‘Hortus Deliciarium’ Tourmaline, Diamond and White Gold Cocktail Ring

A PUBLISHER presents FUTURA PROXIMA Curated For Gucci — a spiral-bound, perforated ‘calendar’ magazine conceived on the occasion of Gucci’s centennial anniversary. This 132-page hybrid editorial publication, designed to be hung on the wall or read like a magazine, includes a cross-cultural exploration of the passage of time for the year 2022 and beyond. FUTURA PROXIMA is brought to life over 12 months with 12 artists divining the future through their thinking and their craft.

Designed by Paris-based design studio Ohlman Consorti, FUTURA PROXIMA includes a deep graphic study into the language of calendars, including radial and numeric variants that detail birthstones, flowers, and each month written in a selection of 12 languages: English, Italian, French, Greek, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Cherokee, Korean, Arabic, Hebrew and Hindi.

“FUTURA PROXIMA is a glimpse at tomorrow — a map of maybes, and a fractal question mark of intriguing possibilities. The extremes of utopias and dystopias dissolve in its pages, replaced by 12 polyvalent excursions into the near distant future. Exploring the speculative interactions of our human form parsed with aesthetics and architecture, literature, biology and philosophy, it presents a non-linear loop of creative constructs for our physical and digital realities alike.”

29,7 x 24,2 cm

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