During August 2012, I took part in a two week course to learn how to make traditional downtown lace in Salisbury Museum. It involved learning all the basics, designing our own lace pattern inspired by the museums collection and making a giant lace from paper yarn.
If somebody asks me what Industrial Design is, I’m just going to show them this video. It has been created by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design for World Industrial Design Day: which is on the 29th of June by the way!
During research into a current design project, I sumbled across the work of Sebastian Errazuriz and felt compelled to write a quick post on the thought provoking designs he creates. The most fascinating concept I found was the ‘Chicken Chair’, which looked to address the unethical aspects behind battery farming. Through initial inspection, the chair […]
In the recycled world, there has often been a negative stigma attached to products made from recycled goods. They are often perceived to follow a standard formula of poorer quality and unappealing style. Vuerich B. has looked to address this with their new range of sunglasses. At first glimpse, the collection is a range of wooden colourful frames, […]