Time traveling designer Dylan Eno builds bridges between past and present. Using a multidisciplinary approach, he looks at our contemporary reality through a historic lens. Eno explores parallels hidden in our social and cultural existence, embedded in historical artifacts. With the aim to bring new perspectives, Eno decodes this knowledge and encourages people to rethink modern-day challenges from a historic point of view. Eno completed his studies at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2022 with a film essay, To Die For. The film, made in collaboration with Kunst Museum The Hague, teleports the viewer back to the Victorian era. A time in which toxic arsenic pushed beauty standards to a lethal extreme. Not so far removed from our current-day use of microplastics one could wonder.

To Die For won the René Smeets award and was selected for New Order of Fashion 2022.