Array Bowls

Add a touch of color style to your home! Array is the fresh, iconic and stylish way of storing your five a day fruity treats. Each bowl is made from one single piece of folded sheet steel. So there is very little waste from production.

In Black , White, Citrus Yellow and Magenta. A limited edition batch is available at £25. Please email me if interested.

Tea-lights will soon be available in a pack of four, to match the bowls.

Hound Tables

These small colourful quirky occasional tables tessellate together creating larger tables, or can also be stacked for easy storage. Inspired by origami folds and traditional Japanese patterns, they have been created with little or no material wastage.

Launched at Designers Block in Milan 2009.

The design has been prototyped and is available for licensing.

The design is currently on the vote section of MADE.COM and may go into production soon.

Warp Clock

WARP

A family of spun aluminum wall clocks. WARP was launched at 100% Design 2009.

Rather than just seeing clocks as a flat wall piece I wanted to create an interesting wall covering that occupies a more 3D space.

Below you can see the aluminum and gold anodized finishes. The clocks were manufactured in the UK, please contact me if you are interested in licensing or stocking the design.

 

UNITED

The clocks shown below were part of the Designersblock Unite:d Collaboration show at Birmingham interiors 2010. The aim of the project was to encourage designers, artists and manufacturers to work together on new projects.

This collaboration was using an existing Kirsty Whyte design; the Warp Clock. Two UK graffiti artist were given free rein to explore the products form for themselves. Creating exciting limited edition results.

Moose & Yeti is an up and coming design company, specialising in illustration, screen print and graphic design. The company has recently taken off with increased recognition, from well-known businesses such as Monorex and Knomo London. Combining comic book style illustration with urban art, Moose & Yeti’s unique style takes you into a fantasy world of brooding and mischievous characters that are sure to make your eyes bleed!

Moose and Yeti’s principal behind the work is: ‘The artwork was primarily developed from my interest in the Victorian era, and has been the main inspiration for a lot of my recent work. Giving the characters dark,sunken eyes and blank expressions gives a menacing atmosphere to my pieces, which I love.

Kiln Glass Bowls

Decorative Arts; final pieces graduation work.

I handmade these bowls from sheets of float glass. To create the lattice effect I developed a 3 phase firing technique.