Posts Tagged ‘Stainless steel’
I recognised this little dogface in a penknife bottle opener when I was young. Faces are useful devices to give personality to objects.
I like the way the key ring becomes the dogs collar.
The keyring was first prototyped in 1998.
Part of the ‘Negative’ range of products I produced shortly after graduating from a silversmithing MA in 1997. The larger chubb keyring is also able to open beer bottles.
The keyrings are now manufactured by Trico in Japan.
Cutlery that has been laser cut and formed in stainless steel. Produced in a limited batch of fifty sets.
The Fold cutlery set is one of a range of laser cut stainless steel products I developed after graduating from my silver-smithing course. The range included salad servers, egg cup and spoon, napkin rings and coasters as well as the fob off key-rings now produced by Trico. All the pieces have a underlying concern with the use of off cuts which I…
The atmosphere in a home changes through the day and for different activities. This is a simple device that transforms a room from minimal to cozy by turning on the light.
Lampshadows are photo-etched in stainless steel. This is a process of screen printing in stop out varnish and etching which is normally used in electronics. A a process it is able to create relatively fine detail at low cost in small production runs.
The Lampshadow was developed for the exhibition ‘Them…