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RUST Oxidised Timepiece By Ariane Prin

Posted on Jan 4, 2017 by

From trays to vessels, shallow bowls to vases the RUST Collection from Ariane Prin is composed of a mixture of Jesmonite, (a gypsum and resin composite) and copper dust particles originating from metalworking workshops across London. With a focus on experimentation and reinterpretation of raw materials; metal dust oxidation gives each piece a unique colour, texture and intensity ensuring no two items of the skilfully crafted collection are the same.

Simple in form yet dramatic in effect the latest addition to the RUST family is a minimal timepiece composed of 12 wedges of the ceramic like composite which slowly oxidise over time. Representing each hour of the day the wedges create a unique and mutating colour palette evolving from orange and amber to blue, green and grey.

RUST Timepiece, Price upon request, Ariane Prin

The RUST Collection is composed of a mixture of Jesmonite and copper dust particles originating from metalworking workshops across London

The RUST Collection is composed of a mixture of Jesmonite and copper dust particles originating from metalworking workshops across London
Image courtesy of Ariane Prin

Metal dust oxidation gives each product a unique colour, texture and intensity ensuring no two items of the collection are the same

Metal dust oxidation gives each product a unique colour, texture and intensity ensuring no two items of the collection are the same
Image courtesy of Ariane Prin

The latest addition to the RUST family is a minimal timepiece composed of 12 wedges of the ceramic like composite which slowly oxidise over time

The latest addition to the RUST family is a minimal timepiece composed of 12 wedges of the ceramic like composite which slowly oxidise over time
Image courtesy of Ariane Prin

The wedges create a unique and mutating colour palette evolving from orange and amber to blue, green and grey

The wedges create a unique and mutating colour palette evolving from orange and amber to blue, green and grey
Image courtesy of Ariane Prin

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