Relaunched in 2009 in black & white, British artist Richard Woods is renowned for his work with statement, repetitive motifs. No surface is too tricky, no wall too bland. Indeed, he has applied these to facades, floors and walls across the world in commissioned work and gallery installations. These ‘logos’ are often abstractions and interpretations of domestic pattern – the woodblock print being a particularly recognisable signature print.
Designer Sebastian Wrong teamed up with Woods in the first design for Established & Sons’ programme of ‘Collaborations’ where individuals from two creative fields work together. Woods’ block printed motifs were applied to Wrong’s utilitarian cabinets. These are reminiscent of 1950s furniture – a fitting vehicle because much of Woods’ work is based on an nostalgia for mid-century domestic interiors. The result is a family of storage cabinets: a small bedside table with a spring-touch drawer, a chest of drawers, two sideboards and a tray.
Materials & Finishes
Plywood, timber, paint, clear lacquer - Artisan material and process, variations may occur.
W 260 x D 40.5 x H 64.5 cm
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