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Trace of shadow / Cutlery

Trace of shadow
Trace of shadow

CUTLERY

With the cutlery set, hidden implications were displayed through the separate shadow shape. The shadow was created as a tangible object with its own functional use. As the fork sits on top of the shadow shape, it appears to be lit from above by a single light source.

University

Central Saint Martins

Central Saint Martins
College of Art and Design
London, United Kingdom

Design

Central Saint Martins

Central Saint Martins
College of Art and Design
London, United Kingdom