For my ninth installment of All Things English…
It is all about the Royal College of Art Show. On display is silversmith designer Kathryn Hinton‘s great bowl & fork set. The prongs of the forks correspond with the words imprinted in the bowl as though stamped during a feeding frenzy. Brill!
And Freddie Yauner‘s exit sign that comes to life when you aren’t looking. Reminds me of the secret little creatures in Kage no Sekai that I love so much.
My fourth installment of All Things English…
I had a feeling this would become a trend given peoples reactions to my previous post Tide Chandelier…
This, my friends, is literally glowing trash art… a.k.a. another trash chandelier. And once again, it looks pretty cool.
This design is by David Batchelor, who although actually Scottish, lives his life as a sculptor, artist, writer and currently tutor at the Royal College of Art in London.
You were wondering how I was going to make this English, weren’t you? Yeah, me too!
It’s bad enough that I sit in front of the computer all day at work… I really dont need to feel like my home life is pixelating right underneath me with this couch by a Royal College of Art graduate student called Cristian Zuzunaga.
However, if you are into it, you will eventually be ablt to find it through an Italian furniture company called Moroso.