08/09/17           Will Yates-Johnson 


Resin reinforced plaster with pigment
Each object is unique
Endless edition
Accompanied by a signed and numbered certificate

S-M-A-S-H-E-R comprises a group of three objects – Joel, Jacques and Jami – which expand on Will Yates-Johnson’s previous research into a manufacturing technique the designer has coined Polyspolia .

Polyspolia is a proposal for a new mode of production in which an object can be endlessly broken up and remade. Each of the objects in this edition are related – springing from the same core material which is shattered into fragments before being regrouped into a fresh composition. This is a process in which the waste from the production of the pieces can be infinitely incorporated into the next generation of objects.

Polyspolia is inspired by the geological formation of breccia – rock composed of disparate fragments that are fused together over millennia to form one unified whole in which each distinct element is still visible. Yates-Johnson’s edition mirrors this process through the use of pigmented plaster, which allows the history of each object to be read through its unique combination of colours.

10/12/15            John Booth

Hand decorated, glazed stoneware
Each signed and numbered by the artist
Edition of 50
25 x 20 x 5 cm
Sold out

John Booth is a fashion illustrator and textile designer based in London. He trained at Central Saint Martins. He is a visiting lecturer at Westminster University. Booth has worked for Zandra Rhodes, John Galliano and Ashish. His illustrations have most recently featured in Fendi Menswear A/W 17 and S/S 17 runway collection. Booth’s practice encompasses collage technique, experimentation with line, embroidery and textile manipulation.