Sketchbook: You are viewing 9 posts in the category Development

29 May / 2013

Making a Hexagonal Light

Making hex light

This series of images shows how the Hexagonal light are made using a specially designed and made mould. The mould is totally sealed. Clay is poured in and out through a…

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// by Julian Bond

15 Mar / 2013

15 Mar / 2013

Pyramid of Pixels

Pyramid of pixels

Pyramid of Pixels These vases take reference from the vase towers made in the Netherlands in the 17th century. The original towers are made from nine layers of vases that stack…

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// by Julian Bond

18 Sep / 2012

Duralex Glasses, Bar Alto, DesignMarketo

Duralex test

 Bar Alto, Design Market London Design Week 2012 I have been ask to take part in DesignMarketo's Bar Alto as part of London Design Week this coming September. Once again they…

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// by Julian Bond

15 May / 2012

Making a Hexagonal casting machine

Making hexagonal machine

These photos show a number of processes that go into producing the parts that come together to make a casting machine. From casting the silicone mould which are used for casting…

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// by Julian Bond

19 Apr / 2012

Hexagonal vase first test

hex test video still

First piece out of the new mould. No problems with the new shape, just adds new options as to what can be done. Will be developing this further .

// by Julian Bond

13 Apr / 2012

Colour test for Swing

swing colour test

Colour testing for a solo show at Swing at the end of May A selection of vases are going to be produced to create a vase landscape fading from blue to…

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// by Julian Bond

18 Sep / 2011

We Do Studio - Shelter for JJAM at Tent london

Development for JJAM tent london 2011 - 9

The development of the installation commissioned by JJAM. To produce the installation for the JJAM installation at Tent London 2011 we had to produce a rope making machine. This was done…

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// by Julian Bond

15 Sep / 2010

Little Dipper

Little Dipper

Using the same format as the pixel casting machines the difference is that the pixels create a positive mould instead of a negative. This produces pieces that are smooth on the…

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// by Julian Bond