Richard Clarkson Studio is an art and design laboratory hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Drawing from their background in both disciplines, they create a wide range of products that provide new perspectives on everyday objects.
Mobile is a lamp inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobile artworks. Not only is its exterior a critical design element, the way it interacts with gravity is also. By pulling the lower branches, the mobile will sway and rotate until it reach equilibrium.
Saber is not just a light saber, but it does look like it. Rather, it is a music and sound visualizer that can stand on its own, or in multiple sets of 8. Each lone Saber can visualize eight specific frequencies, whether it’s bass, mid, or high. It also has ambient light modes for quiet times. End caps are customizable with the user’s favorite colors.
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Fiddle is the perfect set of accessories to help one gain mental clarity. Much like a stress ball or marbles, the user is meant to engage the metals balls in different repetitive motions to allow one to mentally remove themselves from the current environment. Moreover, Fiddle balls are also more than just balls “to play with” – for each sale, $1 will be donated to testicular cancer research and awareness through the Movember Foundation.
Hinge is more than just a cube. Using an innovating hinging arrangement, it can be flat packed for easy moving, but unfolded to be a 3D cube that acts as furniture or storage. There are two different models of Hinge — the Hinge Cabinet and Hinge shelf. The Hinge Cabinet is a cube structure that can be arranged according to your needs, and individual pieces can be used as stools or ottomans. The Hinge Shelf is similar to the Hinge Cabinet, but has a different locking and support mechanism. It can be hung on the wall, creating beautiful wall displays.