Based in New York City, the duo have backgrounds in set design and sculpture, and began making decorations for friends' parties and musical performances after discovering how well their ideas meshed.
Playful designs, all hand-fringed, have been created as props for window displays in flagship stores and to decorate private celebrations.
This gold T was the cover design of the New York Times Style Magazine, March travel edition.
Simple tissue paper and cardboard are used most often, although Nicholas and Julie also work with mylar and fabric. In addition to garlands, tassels, and confetti-filled geometric piñatas, they have a line of intriguing twisted silk charmeuse necklaces available via the website.
Their work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Japan, and Holland.
Need some cheering up? Browsing CONFETTISYSTEM's fun projects just might be the ticket. And here's an interesting 01 Magazine interview with Julie and Nicholas.