Sunday, October 19, 2008

Copy of "Ash"

If there is one thing that bothers me is having to spend one hour to untangle the electrical son matted behind my tuned. Well you figure that there are designers that amuse play the son of emmleurs. So Tom Raffield took perverse pleasure in creating the suspension during Ash No. 1 which is neither more nor less than a ball made up of long strips of wood intertwined. In total there is not less than 80 meters from English cedar chips that are wound so chaotic to be this amazing shade. Attention here we talk about art and not a consumer product: each copy of the Ash is made for the hand, numbered and signed by Tom Raffield himself. You said unique?

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