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Arran Gregory Inspired Interiors

Arran Gregory Inspired Interiors

A trip to London-based sculptor Arran Gregory’s ‘Wolf’ exhibition at Dalston Print Gallery has inspired FashionBite to experiment with icy, geometric shapes in the home.  The multi-talented artist has created a menagerie of striking animal sculptures using flat mirrors, and they cut some seriously fierce shapes.

The show includes a rhino, deer and rather magnificent bear resembling a giant disco ball. Speaking to Jaguar Shoes, Arran revealed that each mirrored beast is a product of some seriously hard graft:

“I do all the dirty work.  Blood, sweat and tears go into each of my them.  My sculpture tends to have quite a graphic aesthetic – they look almost digitally fabricated yet the process is truly analogue and laborsome. ” We can imagine – the results are truly awesome.

FashionBite’s favourite piece has to be the namesake of the exhibition, the Wolf – we’d love to have a beautiful creature like this roaming around our living rooms.

We’ve been on the prowl for mirrored household accessories since we fell in love with the sculpture and couldn’t believe our luck when we found this beautiful chandelier. Axo Light have used chains of mirrored glass elements to create this statement ceiling light, guaranteed to satisfy our new disco ball obsession.

 

Part of the Glitter collection, the light is inspired by bracelets and chains and the sparkle they produce as they wind round the wrist or neck of an elegant lady. Retaining the retro splendour of the glitter ball, the chandelier is a mature take on the current metallic trend. A wonderful and refined addition to any modern interior!

FashionBite xx

Amy Everett is FashionBite's food and travel editor, she also writes for national newspapers and magazines including the Guardian Travel, Stylist, Shortlist, Red, Cosmopolitan and more.

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