Man & Machine is a free, independently published zine intended to be an observation of the diversity present in a community surrounding a common artefact. Every user group has a stereotype, Man & Machine aims to lift that stereotype one artefact at a time focusing on man behind the machine.
Produced from bent stainless steel tubing, the Hangman is a strong and adaptable clothing rack. Clothing can be hung from both the upper and lower rails, with a voided section which allows for long dresses or suit jackets to hang past the lower rail unimpeded.
The Labware series takes the iconic forms of scientific lab equipment and places them into a domestic context. Intended to be used as a water carafe and glasses set, the flask can also be used as a vase.
Following the Spare Tire belt, Cankle takes reclaimed bicycle inner tubes and gives them a second life. The Cankle is a way to ride the streets in style while protecting your favourite pair of pants.
CNC machined, marine grade plywood screen inspired by plant forms and the molecular structures of DNA.
Designed to mirror modernist principals, this CNC bent tube floor lamp is fitted with stainless steel and cast aluminium clamp and boss head.
The AXIS series is a combination of nesting trays. Combining a serving tray with a fruit dish the Axis series are available in a variety anodised colours that can be mixed and matched.
After rolling for thousands of kilometres the Spare Tire belt takes reclaimed bicycle inner tubes and gives them a second life. Each belt has its own individual character and story which continues to grow as you travel the streets in style.
Designed for Reverse Park and Parking Day 2008, Poopie comes to you as a limited run of ten laser cut, bead blasted and anodised bookends. available from the 20th.