This evening we have a new one-off piece from young artist Pascale Michalski. As is usual with Pascale’s work, this piece started life as a watercolour drawing. ‘Dondy always wanted to be a pianist, but unfortunately he was born with trumpet-arms and heavy hooves’. Made from wood, ceramic compound, brass, crystal beads, silk and paint. Dimensions: H […]
Archives for November 2010
You may be thinking about creating a festive atmosphere for the holiday season, if so, these wonderful candle holders by American artist Ben Cowden would make a great addition to your table. The Geared Candle Holder is made from aluminium and costs 250 USD (Plus approx 40.20 USD for shipping to the UK). Ben’s counterweighted […]
This evening we are taking the opportunity to get to know Arthur Ganson and his work a little better. In Arthur’s world, whole machines are constructed from fleeting moments (coming across an abandoned doll in the road or failing to cook an artichoke in a microwave). It is Arthur’s emotional response to these inanimate objects […]
If you are thinking about making your Christmas mincemeat, how about donning a CMT apron, and if cooking isn’t on your mind yet, you can get down to some new automata designs in one of our new sketchbooks. Great as presents or a treat for yourself. See the whole range here.
This evening we have a new one-off machine by Paul Spooner. This machine is reminiscent of one of Paul’s very first machines (1969) which was an art criticism machine that he made while at art school. It is A Machine for Computing the Names of 13,500 Ventriloquists Dummies. Paul tells us more about the mechanics […]