200 Louis Vuitton Trunks Transformed By 200 Creatives.

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It’s Louis Vuitton’s 200th birthday and to pay tribute, the luxury Maison asked 200 creative people of all types to create their own version the emblematic Louis Vuitton trunk. The results are wild and range from actual sculptures to digital presentations. And we’ve got some of the most interesting to share with you.

Louis Vuitton Trunks Transformed

Louis Vuitton Trunks transformed by 200 different creatives in celebration of what would be Louis Vuitton’s 200th Birthday is traveling the world as an exhibit. “200 Trunks 200 Visionaries: The Exhibition” kicked off its worldwide journey last month.

A birthday cake for Louis made of 31,700 LEGO bricks was a collaboration between the Louis Vuitton Atelier and seven children and took over 50 hours to make.

The LOUIS 200 project invited a panopoly of creative folks spanning arts and culture, the sciences, sports, global causes and more to each personalize a metaphorical blank canvas measuring 50 x 50 x 100 centimeters, approximately the dimensions of the original trunk that Louis designed in the 1850s.

The Louis Vuitton Trunk in the classic monogram pattern.

This invitation yielded 200 extraordinary transformations: vessels transmitting dreams and desires, abstract concepts and artistic expressions. Some of the reimagined trunks are digital while others are physical manifestations.

Here are a few of our favorites from the exhibition.

Mr. Flower Fantastic (MFF), Louis Vuitton trunk
Artist Samuel Ross, Louis Vuitton trunk
Studio Proba, Louis Vuitton trunk
Playlab, Inc. creative studio, Louis Vuitton trunk

Photographer Feng Li:

Pierre Yovanovich Atelier, Louis Vuitton trunk
British Magician Dynamo, aka Steven Frayne, Louis Vuitton trunk

Architect Hannes Peer:

Artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, Luois Vuitton trunk
Paralympic Championship Swimmer Theo Curin, Louis Vuitton trunk
Yogi Cameron, Louis Vuitton trunk

Faye McLeod, Louis Vuitton’s Visual Image Director, says “this project has always been about creativity, a real tribute to Louis’ ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit. We get to see how such a cross-section of talents answered the same brief while also taking a moment to appreciate the man himself.”

Illustrator Raphael Tanghal, Louis Vuitton trunk
Photographer Karl Hab, Louis Vuitton trunk

Artist Aaron Cudi:

Uusi design Studio, Louis Vuitton trunk

A few of the other trunks on exhibit:

Transformed trunks shown above by Astronaut-in-training Alyssa Carson, The Napkin Poetry Review, Fornasetti, Kim Jones of Supreme, geometric abstract Artist Edward Granger and actress Allyson Wheeler.

Transformed trunks shown above by artist Qualeasha Wood, architect Peter Marino, artist Ibrahim Kamara, Creative Director Ben Ditto, Gloria Steinem and Polish opera singer Jakub Jozef Orlinksi.

The Exhibit opened in Asnières, near Paris and will continue in Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, New York and London throughout 2022.

Explore all 200 Louis Vuitton Trunks Transformed here