Earlier this week, Savoir Flair reported in its Dubai Design Week guide that Sauce had collaborated with LA-based artist Paige Smith to transform ordinary objects around town in to extraordinary design pieces. Here, Smith takes us through her week in the city, from her studio process to her finished street art.
"Setting up my makeshift studio at Sauce HQ. I create these rubber molds by hand to cast my resin pieces."
"Spray-painting each piece separately. Personally, it’s my least favorite part of the process, because it’s so time consuming and difficult."
"My first installation in Dubai – this piece is located in Satwa. I loved the color of the wall as well as the metal detailing on the door."
"Post-installation manousheh in Satwa! Enjoying the local cuisine."
"One of my completed artworks for The Design Shop by Sauce’s pop-up store in D3. This vintage rocking chair took almost 24 hours to make!"
"The water shed in action! Post urban geode intervention No.2!"
"My view every morning – I always try to mix work with pleasure."
"One of my favorite pieces. I created this for Sauce's 'Exit Through the Design Shop' container in D3."
"Sauce knows how to do it right. My name is everywhere!"
"I always love juxtaposition – wearing my typical work jumpsuit in the most opulent elevator."
"Tea time at Al Qasr overlooking the 'seven-star' Burj Al Arab. On a side note, have you seen the gold horses on the way in?"
"Meeting the local wildlife at an event for Dubai Design Week while rocking a Zayan The Label dress."
"The onlookers really wanted to participate during my install at D3. Don’t forget to check out the finished installation over the weekend."
Photos: Courtesy of Paige Smith