Making interesting use of materials as well as a play on positive and negative space, Fill In the Cat is a project by designer Oscar Nunez, presented at the website Industrial Design Served. There isn’t much information about it, other than the following project description:
Three characters disappear from large, solid white blocks, and their absence suddenly makes them important. The resulting emptiness is filled with the user’s belongings and through this action the silhouettes’ meaning shifts. The pieces suggest a continuous play between interaction and representation, where daily use generates a continuously changing story: a cat that reads Italo Calvino, a book filled with coins, a living room where birds come to eat the cake’s crumblesÃ¢â‚¬Â¦
Um, okay. That’s some serious design-speak. I just think it’s cool.
Thanks to Angela & Jeremy for the find.