Girls, how did you found this studio?
We studied graphic design in college and then, because of the crisis, we couldn't find a job. So we decided to get together and do something. But we originally intended to do just graphic design, like posters and identities.
The craft work wasn't planned at all. One day we decided to make our manifesto out of cardboard because we didn't have much money for expensive materials or big prints, but surprisingly people really enjoyed it and started asking for things made of cardboard. Suddenly, we had a business.
We started with a small project and in a little time we were making a cardboard city. That's how we found our specialty. When we started, we didn't think that we would do this.
Can you tell about your creative process, step by step?
I found that you've worked with video mapping guys. Can you tell more about that project? How do you combine technology and craft? Was it a challenge for you?
It was a challenge for them [laughing].
Of course, we worried about some technical issues. However, it was a perfect combination, because we made traditional craftwork, and they provided the digital aspect. I think these things go together really well.
It was a challenge for them because we do everything by hand, we can't do everything perfect. For example, on the project we have 90° angle, but when we construct it by hand it might happen it changes to 89°. To the naked eye it looks ok, but to them, it's a problem.