We have been hunting down the most exciting conceptual creative work at this year’s degree shows and are delighted to bring a hand picked selection to the heart of Covent Garden at Designersblock London 2008.
KithKin are fascinated by that moment when you look at something, when it strikes you with its brilliance, for some it raises a wry smile, others laugh out loud, some want to touch it and others pronounce “paah”.
A flourescent tube light casing made by recording and graphing 1 second of the familiar buzzing sound the light makes.
Tamsin van Essen
A set of cups which appear to have been infected and colonised by bacteria.
Typographic interpretation. Martin Luther King’s ‘I Have a Dream’.
Notebooks for Left-handed, Right-handed and Ambidextrous People
Tamsin van Essen
Today’s cutting-edge scientific theories may one day be seen as quaint and curious museum pieces: theoretical antiques or abstract junk.
‘Added Value’ enhancing the value in ‘everyday’ objects.
Take English Afternoon tea everywhere you go.
Rotating light, changing environments.
Today’s most high-profile designers are idolized.
Josue Gamonal Lopez
Superhero Spray Cleaner Bottle
A series of interventions and posters exploring ways to function within the cracks of a system.
Kitchenware instruments; Singing Bowl, Whistling Water Vessel, Ringing Glasses
Shiu Yuk Yuen
An environmentally friendly umbrella that encourages society to reuse.
Pens that allow play through subversive acts of behaviour
Eleanor Freya Gregory
Is kitsch really bad taste? A luxury three piece suite made by very humble means.
Maria Gil Ulldemolins
Happy birthday! Close your eyes and think of a wish…
A fruit bowl that promotes the idea that a healthy lifestyle can be fun and become a daily treat.