GLOW

by Kim Markel

GLOW This work celebrates the experience of feeling magic in ordinary objects. Slight oddities like a subtle change in scale, too unusual of a color, a quirky variation of form- are often enough to elicit this sense of magic. The objects are handcr

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General

Product
GLOW
Designer
Kim Markel
Manufactured
United States

Product Type

Chairs
Bar chairs

Product description

GLOW This work celebrates the experience of feeling magic in ordinary objects. Slight oddities like a subtle change in scale, too unusual of a color, a quirky variation of form- are often enough to elicit this sense of magic. The objects are handcrafted from reclaimed plastic bonded with resin. Reclaimed plastics come from various sources: soda bottles, styrofoam, lunch trays, and eyeglasses- all at the end of their usable lives. The results are serendipitous. Here's to objects born of an unbridled reality. Translucent and whimsical, these chairs have been described as looking like candy, ice pops, gummy bears, and ice. They're handcrafted from reclaimed plastics, one by one, and are quite hefty.


glow chair Translucent and whimsical, these chairs have been described as looking like candy, ice pops, gummy bears, and ice. They're handcrafted from reclaimed plastics, one by one, and are quite hefty.


glow wall mirror Glowing, reclaimed plastic surrounds each round mirror. With a depth of around 2 inches from the wall, the frame is just large enough to capture light. Sits flush to the wall, hook mounting. 14.75" diameter


glow vase Tall, whimsical, and colorful- these objects look like they came out of a children's story book. Glowing, translucent colors and striations of colors and reclaimed plastic create a fantastically interesting vessel. Watertight. 21.5" tall and 4.5" diameter


lollipop hand mirror Reminiscent of a giant lollipop, these hand mirrors are made from reclaimed plastic and available in candy colors. 13" tall x 6.75" wide.

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