Tuesday, 27 May 2014

'do a flip trick' table.

The larger table top was made using the sides of chair seats, found in a skip. Their joints have been left and exposed as they were found, to allow the user to feel the object’s detail as well as look at it for physical beauty. Although society advertises that beauty is within perfection, I like to find it in the opposite. Interaction with objects triggers playfulness. This intrinsic, child like natural instinct, require all of our senses rather than looking at an object, experiencing one viewpoint. Is the grass greener on the other side of the road? - £60

1 comment:

  1. That one I wouldhave in my house, and pay you for it too...
    recognise the drawing ...