Design Junkie

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March 4, 2009

"I guess from a young age I collected things that interested me—picked up bizarre things from the street, put them in boxes, or took them to my room."

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  The Tide chandelier, a fantastic plastic ode to the moon.
    The Tide chandelier, a fantastic plastic ode to the moon.
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  The lens-crafted Optical chandelier.
    The lens-crafted Optical chandelier.
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  The aptly named Cosmic Burst chandelier.
    The aptly named Cosmic Burst chandelier.
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  A detail of Tide Mark, a shoreline stroll along the color spectrum.
    A detail of Tide Mark, a shoreline stroll along the color spectrum.
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  The 2006 Aladdin table, which houses an assemblage of glass pieces within an amber light box.
    The 2006 Aladdin table, which houses an assemblage of glass pieces within an amber light box.
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  The Millennium chandelier—–1,000 spent party poppers strung up in the wake of London’s 2000 New Year celebrations—–is available in ominous all-black as well.
    The Millennium chandelier—–1,000 spent party poppers strung up in the wake of London’s 2000 New Year celebrations—–is available in ominous all-black as well.
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  Another view, from the side, of the 2007 Tail Light chandelier.
    Another view, from the side, of the 2007 Tail Light chandelier.
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  Artist and designer Stuart Haygarth.
    Artist and designer Stuart Haygarth.
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  Tide Mark, created in 2004.
    Tide Mark, created in 2004.
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  A detail shot of the Aladdin table, which features collections of glassware culled from flea markets and cast in recycled amber.
    A detail shot of the Aladdin table, which features collections of glassware culled from flea markets and cast in recycled amber.
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  The Gift light, designed in 2007.
    The Gift light, designed in 2007.
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  Haygarth’s work relies on more than just re-use: The 2007 Tail Light chandelier is made of vehicle light lenses purchased over the Internet—–“new objects yet to have a life.”
    Haygarth’s work relies on more than just re-use: The 2007 Tail Light chandelier is made of vehicle light lenses purchased over the Internet—–“new objects yet to have a life.”
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  The 2008 Barnacle Chandelier, which is a hanging piece made with objects selected from Haygarth's large and growing collection of Dungeness Project detritus.
    The 2008 Barnacle Chandelier, which is a hanging piece made with objects selected from Haygarth's large and growing collection of Dungeness Project detritus.

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