Pitfield London teams up with artist Jon Male in occasion of the Shoreditch Design Triangle 2014, showing you and unmissable exhibition: the “Rebay” project.
The “Rebay” project explores the redistribution of upcycled glass light fittings, made with original pieces sourced from eBay and reconfigured into new compositions according to a precise style and period. The installation will include the “Memphis” totem, with the characteristic bright light and bold form and the “Deco”, with distinctive subtle combinations of opal and amber, just to mention a few.
Jon started to gain international recognition after his work was selected as a current example of Dada by Jacquline Lalive, curator of the Cabaret Voltaire Museum in Zurich. His work was also chosen for the “Nature Design – From inspiration to innovation” show at the Fur Gestaltung Museum in Zurich and been exhibited internationally including the V&A, Maison et Objet in Paris, ICFF in New York, TENT London and Designerblock, also exhibited in several design shows in Moscow, Beirut and Stockholm.
Jon’s pieces have also been extensively used by Yoo in their projects around the globe including the Yoo Home Retail launch in Harrods, London; his art has been incredibly well received by the press and featured in a multitude of art publications internationally.