Monthly Archives: January 2013

Cut, perforated, rolled, folded, sawn, hammered, drilled, screwed, rubbed, sprayed – And that’s just the Copper…

Times like these, we get a flutter of nerves in the stomach as we realise it’s time to take off the protective film that has obscured one of the key components of a project for so long. How does it … Continue reading

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‘No light, but rather Darkness visible.’ – John Milton

I just had to put this photo in – I look at it and I see hundreds of years of work, tools, and makers intentions weaving in towards this particular moment in time. Sitting in Karl’s workshop, while he is … Continue reading

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