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Design and Art Collide in “Super” London Exhibit [Slideshow]

We’ve got some tasty Friday afternoon eye candy for you here — highlights from an exhibit about one of the big trends of the day: design that lurks in the foyer of art. On view in London earlier this month and curated by Patrick Brillet, one of the city’s reigning aesthetes, Super Design was a ritzy assembly of one-off and limited edition pieces from galleries around the world.

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We’ve got some tasty Friday afternoon eye candy for you here — highlights from an exhibit about one of the big trends of the day: design that lurks in the foyer of art. On view in London earlier this month and curated by Patrick Brillet, one of the city’s reigning aesthetes, Super Design was a ritzy assembly of one-off and limited edition pieces from galleries around the world. It featured work from the full cast of design heavyweights: a swing by Tom Dixon; a skull table by Studio Job; and tons of shiny, glammy stuff by Arik Levy, Ross Lovegrove, and others.

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There isn’t much to say about the collection, except that it’s crazy-pretty and feature crazy-expensive stuff. (Brad Pitt‘s probably buying up the lot at this very moment.) So without further ado, we present our favorites from Super Design.

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Suzanne LaBarre is the editor of Co.Design. Previously, she was the online content director of Popular Science and has written for the New York Times, the New York Observer, Newsday, I.D

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