Mark Brazier-Jones

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Mark Brazier-Jones
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Mark Brazier-Jones
174 pages
color photos
Hard cover with dust jacket
30 x 25,50 cm
1,533 kg

* The first major publication on the work of this well-known designer, who was one of the key creative instigators of the Creative Salvage movement

* Mark Brazier-Jones' work is to be featured in the landmark British Design 1946-2012 exhibition to be held at the Victoria & Albert Museum in 2012

Mark Brazier-Jones is a unique force in the world of design, whose wonderfully eccentric works literally defined the term 'Creative Salvage' in the mid-1980s. Today, his work is increasingly recognised as forging a new and more artistically compelling way forward. As a veritable 'designer-laureate of metal', his metalwork possesses a poetic sensibility and an engaging quirkiness that is suffused with symbolic meaning rarely found in contemporary design.

A sumptuously illustrated tome, Mark Brazier-Jones assesses his approach to design and making, and is an important catalogue raisonné of his work. By playfully subverting our notions of art, craft and design Brazier-Jones' surprisingly ecletic work offers an alternative definition of modern design - one that is about quality of craftsmanship and individuality of expression that is intended to last generations.