Dark Crafts – Relics from a production process.

Material exploration, capturing and replicating the plaster models at The Lapidarium of Kings Copenhagen (a retirement home for sculptures). Putto’s head (cherub) and a horse head were used for reproduction. Photogrammetry was used to capture the retired plaster sculptures, and manipulated in CAD to allow mould parts to be milled out using a 3-axis CNC. …

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Bagatelle – a decorative little nothing.

Exploring the use of Malte Gormsen’s robotic arm milling machine. What is it? It’s a fully analogue offline pinball table, complete with high scores, low scores, lost ball, return ball, risky ball, tinkling sounds and haptic solid woodiness. Along with some mental activity adding the scores up. Using the robotic arm, I’ve taken a normally …

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LOG 14 . 06

LOG by Jeremy Walton 2014 14 . 06 Date: June 2014 Place: Fælledparken Copenhagen Tree: Oak Surface: Burnt, ebonised and then waxed. Based on Yakisugi-ita technique. Objects Offline Messenger x 11 Door wedge x 4 Lamp Plank x 2 Luxury Log x 2 Offline Messenger x 11 The Offline Messenger is a log of wood for …

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Danish Antibodies Exhibition at Trapholt design Museum

Reworked Dialogue stool from 2009 is exhibited at the Danish Muesum Trapholt as part of the Campana Brothers Antibodies exhibition. exhibition ends August 2014. A small selection of chairs by designers resident Denmark is on show besides the Campana Antibodies exhibition. Included is one of the dialogue stools, which is made based on a process of …

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Commissioned Diamond Shade – The Theme is a traditional moody landscape painting. Handmade by Jeremy Walton, using the craft ebook JW006 Diamond Shade.

Dimension 80cm x 60cm x 60cm. Various selected paper, salvaged books and some Folk Art magic. ‘Billedskolen i Tvillingehallen’ commissioned the making of a Diamond Shade for their meeting room.  I based the lamp on traditional landscape painting,  (rectangle landscape, green at the bottom, moody sky at the top). Besides coloured paper I used old books about planes, …

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We Love Freedom – A project utilising local skills, pride & passion. By Jeremy Walton, Københavns Møbelsnedkeri & Mai-Britt Eschen, 2010

A project utilising local skills, pride & passion. By Jeremy Walton. (Københavns Møbelsnedkeri & Mai-Britt Eschen) 2010 Made with Corian, Wool, Old Woollen Jumpers, Pride & Passion. As part the SE 2010 WHITE OUT exhibition. I’ll cover the longer story behind the chair below, the most important thing about the project for me, was asking …

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