After the success of the KithKin Presents London show we exported the exhibition into the heart of Tokyo in a 20ft shipping container for Tokyo Design Week.
Container Ground : Tokyo 07
Negative remix of a record directly cast from the surface of the record.
A project based on behaviour, which arises from restlessness and distraction.
A bag stuck in a tree is merely a bag in the wrong context.
Recreating the tactility and ritual of music collecting.
Newton’s Breakfast is an interesting way to store and display eggs by combining two familiar objects.
The jars become containers for disease, rather than holding the cure.
Using a magic wand children and adults can manipulate the optics of the mirror, when play is done the optics return to an ordinary functional mirror.
These wooden window blinds have a secondary purpose as a musical instrument.
A complete packaged dining kit including instructions which allows the user to enjoy an à la Russe dining experience in any context, regardless of class or wealth.
A Pocket Mirror Camera that allows you to indulge yourself through the flashes and poses on the catwalk of life.
Our recognition of what constitutes as a man or a woman heavily depends on appearance.
A new format of poster.
How can we foster future innovation and design? Armed with this and other questions I enter the primary school classroom dressed to impress (and inspire) in my white laboratory coat.
This project celebrates human behaviour in everyday life by inducing destructive fidgeting.
The symbolisation of eccentric invention.
James R Ford is a British artist whose practice is concerned with loss of innocence and the endearment of the loser.