An updated Bilge Lounge with a new metal finish and brass screws.
The idea for the Op Art table came from layered Japanese optical art motifs. This time we were making a huge one- 50” across. Instead of screen printing, we tried a new process using a mask stencil done with the vinyl cutter. The colorways were a new mix- cool grey, mint green, and medium green.
We are fans. Here’s how it went.
First time using the blue. The plastic Xs on top are from recycled bottles with a powder coated steel base to match.
And this is only after a week. Until May 6, stop by and check out our pine slab table and 1x1 chairs. In fact, bring a sharpie.
The pieces are a collaboration with Alife, and will be part of a new line on display in a gallery (location to be announced soon) for the month of May. Super excited to see what they end up looking like.
Bill made this desk for an auction benefiting Kids of Kathmandu. It’s made from an antique typeset drawer, cold rolled blackened steel, and flame-ebonized ash. Proceeds of the auction will benefit the education of Nepalese orphans. Ten other designers participated as well. We’re excited to be included in such an inspirational project.
If you’re interested in attending the auction, it’s May 12 at Ramscale Loft. See the website for further details.
[photos from K.o.K. website]
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