So Many Stories And Ink Is To Expensive – Multi-Wood Side Table

by thisisbyron United Kingdom (UK)

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So Many stories and Ink is Too Expensive. (2024)

This side table is an ongoing development into a growing collection of furniture based on the designer’s Cut + Stick process.

The Cut + Stick collection is the result of recognizing the potential that the timber offcuts that frequently litter any wood workshop hold. The designed adopted a shift in mindset, viewing this abundant stream of timber offcuts as an opportunity to create, rather than seeing them simply as bins of material that need emptying each week.

Individually, these random offcuts pose little to no value – but when collected, organized, and glued together, these offcuts take on a new value. They create a unique patchwork that celebrates the beauty and unique nature of timber characteristics as a collective – whilst also providing a commentary on the biodiversity in the woodlands that these trees once came from.

The piece has been oiled with Manns Trade Bar Top Lacquer.
Recommend if liquids do come into contact with the surface, please wipe off with a damp cloth immediately

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Byron, based in London, UK, is an artist for whom the dual processes of designing and crafting serve as his most authentic means of self-expression. His artistic practice is deeply rooted in a conscious recognition of his responsibility as a creator, focusing on minimizing his environmental impact through thoughtful decision-making in his creative endeavors. Byron's work reflects a profound understanding of the role objects and furniture play in our lives. He sees them as not just extensions of our personalities but also as material entities frequently dismissed as waste. His approach to design and creation is centered around forging meaningful connections between people and the objects that populate their daily lives. He emphasizes the significance of these relationships, believing that they greatly influence how we appreciate and interact with our surroundings. Byron's artistic journey is marked by a commitment to redefining the narrative around objects and furniture, highlighting their potential to enhance our lives and our environment in a sustainable and emotionally impactful way.
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