Sample Tessalation piece

Lucy Gell’s Owl workshop

Lucy Gell's Owl workshop

Thanks to all who came to this workshop… Lucy will be let loose at local primary schools soon….

#110 safety eyes

#110 safety eyes

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A newish light made from yogurt pots and hanging basket.

fire starter

fire starter

#59 Drying ball

A drying ball with matches…. took too long – sanded each point and drilled before inserting two boxes of matches..  

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Matchstick dominoes?  (Source: http://www.youtube.com/)

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Not another website… A new project/challenge i’ve set myself… to make something everyday of the year…going ok so far click pic to see. (Source: http://everydayobject.wordpress.com)

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loopy golf (Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)

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Holiday drawer?

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Mind burp…… All made from donated junk to Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth Is it obvious? Is it any good? Is it art? 

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chair repair

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Working Title Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth. Exhibition 1st-9th October. 

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This is now my main website on Cargo – listing a selection of the projects i’ve done over the years. (Source: http://www.jasontaylor.co.uk)

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My work definitely looks different in a gallery, show starts next saturday. So if you are near Scunthorpe in the next month pop in to 20 21 gallery for the Art+Play exhibition its for… Continue reading

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If you want you could add this to your favourites, its a site where you can see (at a glance) where i am on the net. (Source: http://www.jasonmade.me)

A-Z of readymades

 

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Who else would stick a bulb inside 100 sponges?  I know, who would want to?

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It all adds up.

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A basket ball caught in the act of multiplying.

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Fantastic Elastic Baskets…..

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Hot circle… made with mini hot water bottles.

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Potential piece for the art of play exhibition…i think its a winner.

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Elastic basket – bands on another hanging basket and…

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more tin can-dles, more colours. 

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Sponge bob bucket? inside

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Steam light in b/w or in colour

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Bucket totem

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See-saws – available with or without teeth… more

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Basket ball light. another experiment…in colour

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Readymade lights – blast from the past A selection of lights I made, all using readymades… Designed 1998-2003. 

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Green Tin-candle on Etsy shop Thanks to Design*Sponge  for post.

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My son is in hot water again…

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Grate light with 5ml

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Telegraph magazine

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What is Nonsense? I know when you do not ask me. I know that in infancy it is as the very air we breathe; that it cheers and strengthens us in the long… Continue reading

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R + T + light = Handy can

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A-Z experiment for Art of play project for the under fives.   needs work…..what to do with a quilt?

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An experiment from the Art of play project with Children from Henderson Primary school in scunthorpe. 2 hanging baskets plus lots of sponges… more

a list of potential objects for experimentation….

Inventory of readymades

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Tuna can lid mirror…. more

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Brush furniture 

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Before and after 

A new site

OK so its not very extensive yet… give it a chance. Jasonmade@me.com 

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Old steam light  (Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)

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The Grater light for the Conran shop

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The Hairy one (Source: http://player.vimeo.com/)

another website with tin cans on it…

Wastefull

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Tin Can-dle holder

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Miniature from Cow Parade 2004 more pics I loved this commission for Siemens and then small ones appeared!  

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Scrub together Bench/table (Source: http://www.jasonmade.com/Brush)

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TUNA CAN-DLE

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Lids from tin cans – more

the green tin can-dle

Another version in green of the tin candle holder. It’s getting there

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