MAY WILD STUDIO
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Chewing Gum

 Chewing Gum Design - Jesmonite

At May Wild Studio Material experimentation and innovation are a key component of our work. Our background is in ceramics both fine art and design and this foundation of clay, an incredibly versatile and expressive material, has informed our future choices of materials, in particular, the experimental and playful approach we apply to our design development process.  We connect materials with a narrative; it’s our starting point, allowing the properties of the material to guide us towards a finished outcome, often beginning a project with no definitive endpoint.  We source and use unorthodox materials to create our designs, for example this new functional/decorative design, the Chewing Gum Coaster/Platter.

At May Wild Studio Material experimentation and innovation are a key component of our work. Our background is in ceramics both fine art and design and this foundation of clay, an incredibly versatile and expressive material, has informed our future choices of materials, in particular, the experimental and playful approach we apply to our design development process.

We connect materials with a narrative; it’s our starting point, allowing the properties of the material to guide us towards a finished outcome, often beginning a project with no definitive endpoint.

We source and use unorthodox materials to create our designs, for example this new functional/decorative design, the Chewing Gum Coaster/Platter.

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