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pink puff

A more reserved version of the bubble neckpiece. We found a selection of neon shower puffs, which looked quite funky. These pieces are a bit more wearable, let us know what you think…

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Spoons Necklace

Another piece made from the disposable plastic spoons. We decided to string them this time using nylon thread. For this piece we broke off the stems and just used the rounded ‘spoon’ end which was then then heated. Read the rest of this entry »

mosaic4514529

Another solution to the teenage chair brief. This design focused on the way teenagers sit. They slouch, mount and lie on furniture so it had to offer more than one sitting position.

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Tangle Chair

The brief for this project was to design a chair for a teenager using free materials. It was important that the final piece was something that a young person would want to have in their room, and it had to be pretty robust too! We wanted to make a self-supporting structure which required no adhesives, binds or other joining devices and we wanted to use just the one material. Read the rest of this entry »

keep your distance

Just a work in progress post today.  It has been a very long work in progress.  250 cocktail sticks later and just once we get a technique going we run out!  We hope to create a very spiky, punky neckpiece, but it needs volume so hopefully we will find more to finish this one.

Pin Detail

The sterling silver body of this pin is an old brooch that has been lying in the bench drawer for a few years. Now and again we look at it and wonder if it should be scrapped –  before putting it back in the drawer. Today  inspiration struck! Read the rest of this entry »

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