In my masters work ATLAS; I have visualized the dialogue between the craft world and the industrial world in the context of corpus. Corpus is the term used in Sweden for silversmithing. By looking differently at the tradition of making corpus which has a long history and by juxtaposing this craft world to the industrial world, I have created a visual and tactile landscape in which the aesthetics and materials of industrial and hand made objects are combined. These combinations of materials and processes will continue to give birth to “new corpus” presented on there own landscape.
Love Love Love the pallette here , so simple and elegant .
with thanks to Lotta Agaton.
New brand about to hit the market place in the coming weeks is Amoro…. Stay tuned for more details very soon.
Sometimes things just happen for a reason…. Here we were in Tasmania on a well needed break and I come across this amazing treasure about 40 mins just outside Hobart ….
It is not open to the public but we were able to gain access through talking to its owner. Amazing…This property was a Mental Asylum .
Its time worn walls and staircases tell many tales. Its the beauty in the sadness of this place just touched us both … Here is a slice of history we should never forget. Enjoy!
“Linger A Little Longer” Table by Jay Watson, uses a finish to respond to the heat of objects and people, bringing to light the impact of the user on his furniture.