This week with it being Valentines Day my key necklaces became metaphors for love, a key given as a gift between lovers is considered a symbol of unlocking the door to the heart. It is believed that the giver will be lucky in love. However keys hold many other meanings as well, so I thoughtContinue reading “The key to your heart?”
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After finding a tiny white china doll inside an old glass jar at the bottom of a box in an antique shop I was compelled to find out what this little doll was and where it had come from. After completing some research I found out what I had come across was a ‘Frozen Charlotte’Continue reading “Frozen Charlottes”
‘To have and to hold from this day forward’
Two of my close friends recently got engaged, so I designed these Frozen Charlotte doll charms as good luck tokens. I cant wait to be a bridesmaid for both weddings next year!
‘Once the object stops being defined by its function, its meaning is entirely up to the subject.’ Baudrillard 1994
Well here it is, my very first blog post! I thought I might as well start with a few things that inspire me…. old things, pattern and surface texture, superstition, charms, labels, vintage, repetition, miniatures, text, stories. I am fascinated by our relationship with objects and the narrative this reveals, with this in mind IContinue reading “‘Once the object stops being defined by its function, its meaning is entirely up to the subject.’ Baudrillard 1994”