Objects
spacial things++
  1. Cavity Shelf
  2. Tac-Tiles
  3. Touch Tools
  4. Ovum Urn
  5. Kerf Chair
  6. Pulp
  7. Looper
  8. HANDSOAP.

Jewelry
body things++
  1. Hug Ring
  2. Middle School
  3. Blithe
  4. Drizz
  5. Tight Rope
  6. Oyster
  7. Caught Up

Research
other things++
  1. 99 teapots
  2. Love Letters
  3. Sculpt
  4. Synesthetic Touch
  5. Brain Dump


Peaches Harrison-
info++
  1.  My work aims to intersect the disciplines of art and design through use of exaggerated whimsy, playfulness, and concept, often experimenting in using traditional materials in abnormal ways or abnormal materials in traditional ways. Many forms I create stem from experiments in how I can alter a material’s properties to no longer act in its anticipated way. Can steel be flimsy instead of rigid? Can paper be solid enough to hold liquid? Questions like these inform iterative studies and deep examinations that later I apply to a variety of typologies ranging from the jewelry scale, table top scale, and furniture scale.

Mark




1. 99 Teapots


is an exploration into the possibilities of the impossible. 3D modeling gives designers the unique opportunity to create without the limitations of logic, physics, or manufacturability.

For me, 99 teapots is a way to creatively express without fear of being wrong or designing for the best possible solution. Each teapot is modeled without sketching or planning ahead of time, and often the forms happen by accident and the design builds off of itself.

This exercise is a work in progress without a deadline, but with the goal of creating 99 completely new, often times ridiculous, more often than not, impossible teapots.

I hope you enjoy looking at them as much as I do creating them. :)