Olmec lights, cast in rubber, take on the apperence of the original wooden mould replicating the fine details of the form.
'Sill to Sill'
A project in colaboration with Lucy Paton, Benedetta Rogers & Sigrid Bylander.
Through the reuse of sash windows and scaffolding boards the design intention was to create a link between the farm and visitors own window sills.
Inspired by flower pyramids produced in Holland in the 17th century. Individually produced pixel vases are made to be able to slot together creating a tower of vases.
Porcelain Hexagonal Light has sculptural quality that relates to natural cystal formations. Due to how the light is made the parcelain has varying thickness which is exposed by the light.
A revised form of pixel casting. It creates a more dynamic geomtric form which gives a smoother shape to finished pieces.
These vases have been made using a coloured slip that gives a colour without having to use glaze. This produces a finish that is much crisper and shows of the detail of the moulding process. The inside is glazed to give a waterproof finish.
The new design uses the same technique as the original Pixel Mould but changes have been made to speed up the process. The machine is made in different sizes to fit the size the vase made.
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