all images © david clarke, 2010
british silversmith david clarke creates work which engages and challenges domestic objects.
his aesthetic relates to the subversive nature in which he responds to the traditions of his craft,
often result in surprising outcomes.
his recent project is a series of ‘unusable tableware’ made from electro plated nickel,
silver and pewter, with exaggerated forms or unexpected flourishes which would not typically
be seen in utensil design.
‘shallow spoon’, 2010
design-aerobics ‘food’ course open for enrollment
designboom is currently offering an online design education course on the topic of ‘food’,
which is now available for purchase. from its packaging to the surroundings in which
it’s consumed, this course provides a good taste of design in the food sector.
see how to enroll here.