As spring comes to an end and summer approaches, we notice more and more of our wildlife coming out from hibernation. The rabbits seem to be EVERYWHERE and the birds are singing more and more.
To celebrate the UK’s emerging wildlife, check out our animal inspired lampshades and cushions.
And if your after an animal inspired cushion, lampshade, painting or something else but we don’t have it. Let us either make it for you or make changes to existing designs.
We don’t charge extortionate amounts for our bespoke or alteration work as we believe in giving our customers a fantastic experience.
Check out our latest bespoke project and alteration project.
The Nina Sideboard, from conception to production!
The SD 2.0 Floor Lamp with a poppy red cable instead of blue!
Don’t they look great! As you can see, the quality of our products are top notch.
We really love what we do, so contact us today with what you are after, we can take on almost any project, whether it be designing bespoke wallpaper, altering the colour of a cushion, the wood type on a table or chair or designing and making an engagement ring – give us a call on 07769656737 or email our project manager; Emma on email@example.com
Third Interview With A Brighton University Design Graduate: Georgine Ellis
Read our fantastic interview with Georgina below!
CL: How would you introduce yourself to our readers?
I am a designer-maker who has a keen interest in producing figurative work, currently i am looking at birds and their interaction with each other. My work closely follows the habits of birds, I am interested in their daily activities, particularly movement. Through my work, I hope to engage the audience in their activities, reminding them to pay attention to the species that live around them.
CL: Can you talk a little about your discovered design style from studying at university?
University has helped me to develop expression within my pieces. I like to work quickly from my observational drawings of birds in action for example running chickens. This has helped me to develop an individual style.
CL: What part of the design process excites you the most?
My work consists of hollow, hand built pieces made from stoneware paper clay and often glazed multiple times. I enjoy the challenge of working through problems as they arise. It is only from these first hand experiences that I am able to reach a conclusion within my work.
CL: What are your values and ethics when it comes to designing?
Generally I feel if my work makes a viewer stop and consider the message behind it, it has been successful.
CL: If you weren’t a designer what would you have liked to be?
An art therapist.
CL: What do you plan to do once you graduate?
Get straight into a new project for entry into competitions and exhibitions.
CL: Where do you see yourself in 2 years?
Hopefully still in a busy workshop, creating and sculpting new work.
Go and meet Georgina and see her fantastic work at New Designers in London on 27th – 30th June 2012.
For more information on the event and it’s where abouts, click here.
If you would like to contact Georgina, you can do so through the following links:
Don’t forget about our OFFER OF THE WEEK
Bargain priced artwork reduced by 20%.
Canvases available from as little as £100 – to £520.
Stay tuned for tomorrow’s blog where we continue our countdown to the Diamond Jubilee – 23 days to go!