Meander: an exhibition in pictures

Last month, for London Design Festival, we installed Meander; an exhibition by Superfolk in the Simple Shape Studio. There was something lovely about the pace, the conversation, the sunshine (thankfully) and, of course, the work.  
Here is a small look, in pictures:

The Start Line; a section of the Chinese ink brushstroke drawing on rice-paper drying on the rail in the studio. This large scale free drawing approach is an illustration of Superfolk's process.

The Start Line; a section of the Chinese ink brushstroke drawing on rice-paper drying on the rail in the studio. This large scale free drawing approach is an illustration of Superfolk's process.

Hanging detail; Beech Leaf screen print, Flotsum Cotton Tea Towel and Folding Leather Stool

Hanging detail; Beech Leaf screen print, Flotsum Cotton Tea Towel and Folding Leather Stool

Through View; looking through the delicate Rowan block print to the garden. The raw edge of the paper is clearly visible. Each print is unique and different.

Through View; looking through the delicate Rowan block print to the garden. The raw edge of the paper is clearly visible. Each print is unique and different.

Prototype; Oiled Black Steel Candlestick Holder (hanging). Each curve is perfectly formed to hold a standard candle.

Prototype; Oiled Black Steel Candlestick Holder (hanging). Each curve is perfectly formed to hold a standard candle.

Meander; in copper and cotton. Copper candlestick holder sitting on the Meander cotton tea towel.

Meander; in copper and cotton. Copper candlestick holder sitting on the Meander cotton tea towel.

The Long Bench; handdipped beeswax candles, copper, brass and oiled black steel candlestick holders and Superfolk's iconic oak and ash trivets resting in the shaft of sunlight that broke in through the hanging prints. 

The Long Bench; handdipped beeswax candles, copper, brass and oiled black steel candlestick holders and Superfolk's iconic oak and ash trivets resting in the shaft of sunlight that broke in through the hanging prints.