Beynimizin tembelliğe her zamankinden daha cok ihtiyacı Var: Mehmet Gözetlik at TEDxReset 2014 by TEDx Talks   4 years ago

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MEHMET GÖZETLİK
Tasarımcı, Antrepo'nun Kurucusu / Designer, Founder of Antrepo

Beynimizin Tembelliğe Her Zamankinden Daha Çok İhtiyacı Var / Our Brain Needs Laziness More than Ever

Mehmet Gözetlik, multidisipliner bir tasarımcı ve Antrepo'nun kurucusudur. Projeleri, birçok yayın, sergi ve galerilere katılmış, bazıları müzelerin kalıcı koleksiyonlarına dahil edilmiştir. Çalışmaları, Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, Marc Newson, Norman Foster, Philippe Starck gibi tasarımcıların işleriyle birlikte Pekin Uluslararası Tasarım Trienniali'nde sergilenmiştir. Pop-art posterleri neredeyse tüm dünyada büyük ilgi görmüş ve 52 ülkedeki koleksiyonerler tarafından satın alınmıştır. Tasarladığı ürünler, Amazon başta olmak üzere tüm dünyada satılmaktadır.

Our Brain Needs Laziness More than Ever
Mehmet Gözetlik is a multidisciplinary designer and founder of Antrepo. His works are featured in many international publications, galleries; some of them were accepted into art museums' permanent collections. His projects are exhibited in the Beijing International Design Triennial with many designers including Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, Marc Newson, Norman Foster, Philippe Starck. His limited edition artworks have gained attention by collectors all over the world and have been sold in 52 countries. His products are available at Amazon and many international design stores.

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