Here's the front cover for Vanity Fair On Time magazine. It was an homage to the Industrial designer George Nelson who was one of the founders of American Modernism. This was based on one of the many clock designs for Howard Miller (now sold through Vitra).
Thursday 24 August 2017
Sunday 31 January 2016
On going collaborations with Ania resulted in revisiting the Vorticist theme with this showcase for Elie Saab. It's always a pleasure to work with her and explore new materials and the possibilities of colour. This shoot took 2 days of hanging and positioning acrylic to create the dynamic set we were looking for.
Wednesday 8 April 2015
Thursday 26 March 2015
Thursday 8 January 2015
Tuesday 6 May 2014
I am so proud and happy to have done the set design and styling for this months Vanity Fair On Time issue, with the theme of 'Design'. The front cover is a small sculpture I designed based on Bauhaus with a quote from Terence Conran "Perhaps believing in good design is like believing in God - It makes you an optimist".
The intro to the watch report features one of the sculptures I made with Ania Wawrzkowicz last year for the 'Revisiting Group X' exhibition that we put on at Printhouse Gallery in Dalston. Such a priviledge to have this in Vanity Fair and featured in a few pages as the background for some of the watches. The themes for the pages were Brutalism, Vorticism with Cubist influence, Surrealism, Biomorphism, and Pop Art. Photos by the lovely James Day. Great job.