A set of 1 and 2-colour prints created by Owen Gildersleeve and Thomas Forsyth. Great collaborative project when graphic design meets product design.
‘Tom has recently made a set of wooden spinning tops, which have a pen as the spindle, and create an amazing array of intricate and unpredictable marks. Together we made a range of large spinning top drawings, onto which I then screenprinted a design based on a birds-eye view of the tops.’
— Owen Gildersleeve
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