WHAT’S YOURS IS MINE
First place winner at the American Design Club show "Trophy- Awards We Live With"
A combination of found materials and fabricated parts, assembled as a trophy to perform as a time-capsule for current design trends.
The vocabulary of designed objects is one that is shared by its community, as the landscape changes so do its visual outputs. Designers are constantly borrowing from others and from themselves, creating a unified body of work as individuals. This piece borrows from not only the visual queues associated with my work, but with many others.
Made of: cast plastic, douglas fir, brass hardware, brass pipe, poly twine, cactus
Flier circulated by American Design Club for Design Week 2013
Above photo by Glen Jackson Taylor for Core 77