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 Pin City ~ Client: Palomar  Following the success of Crumpled City maps, Pizzolorusso was tasked to develop a collection of wall maps as part of Palomar catalogue. Made entirely of synthetic felt these maps come with a set of special pins that allow to point out spots in the city or to attach small memo. The one-color print reveals the energy and density of today’s cities and graphic results achieved make the maps ideal for display at home or in the office. The tactile characteristics of felt transform the static nature of a wall map – a simple surface to be looked at - into something that invites users to interact. Using the pins provided with the maps it is possible to relate to the geographical image presented and play an individual narrative concept. Pin City maps have been designed with Alessandro Maffioletti.
       
     
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 Pin City ~ Client: Palomar  Following the success of Crumpled City maps, Pizzolorusso was tasked to develop a collection of wall maps as part of Palomar catalogue. Made entirely of synthetic felt these maps come with a set of special pins that allow to point out spots in the city or to attach small memo. The one-color print reveals the energy and density of today’s cities and graphic results achieved make the maps ideal for display at home or in the office. The tactile characteristics of felt transform the static nature of a wall map – a simple surface to be looked at - into something that invites users to interact. Using the pins provided with the maps it is possible to relate to the geographical image presented and play an individual narrative concept. Pin City maps have been designed with Alessandro Maffioletti.
       
     

Pin City ~
Client: Palomar

Following the success of Crumpled City maps, Pizzolorusso was tasked to develop a collection of wall maps as part of Palomar catalogue. Made entirely of synthetic felt these maps come with a set of special pins that allow to point out spots in the city or to attach small memo. The one-color print reveals the energy and density of today’s cities and graphic results achieved make the maps ideal for display at home or in the office. The tactile characteristics of felt transform the static nature of a wall map – a simple surface to be looked at - into something that invites users to interact. Using the pins provided with the maps it is possible to relate to the geographical image presented and play an individual narrative concept. Pin City maps have been designed with Alessandro Maffioletti.

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Pin City 2 1500.jpg