A collection of products that take extreme marketing slogans as their design brief, including The Fastest Clock in the World and The Highest Popping Toaster in the world.
An interactive Fire exit sign, sharing the life of an overworked pictogram.
Neon Concorde to commemorate the end of an era.
As man increasingly controls his environment and produces chemical dyes and plastics. These works look at the extraordinary colour ranges in nature.
An installation at the Design Museum London, that extended beyond the confines of the Museum to reach the passing public.
Intricate colourscapes created through macro photographic study overcomplicated process of making modern throwaway consumables, which have literally been overmoulded.
Commissioned by the Arts Council celebrate a major sporting event, I asked the crowd to draw the diminutive prize.
A Series of analogue animated exit signs - using lenticular holograms to flip between images.
A digital mirror, showing the viewer within a diamond. Commission for Gallery Fumi.
One of the key changes we will see from the Antropocene era is a delicate trace of the changes in Pollen distribution across the world. Could we use this amazing, tiny but plentiful resource to create precious pigments?