Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Cool products alert- From litter to luxurious lighting!

Featuring award-winning product designer, Stuart Haygarth. Hailed from Lancashire, UK, this talented designer have been working on design projects which revolve around collections of objects since 2004. According to this designer, "The objects are collected in large quantities categorized and assembled in a way that transforms their meaning. My work is about giving banal and overlooked objects a new significance. The finished piece of work takes various forms such as chandeliers, installations, functional and sculptural objects." He is such a creative and innovative designer, I can not help but be amazed and intrigued by his use of found objects to create these stunning beauties. Let's take a look at some of his gorgeous creations below.

From these

'Man made' debris

to these:


'Tide' (2004)

From these

Colored glassware

 to these:




'Aladdin' (2006)

From these:

Prescription spectacle lenses

to these:

'Optical' (2007)

From these:

Prescription spectacles

to these:


'Spectacle' (2006)

From these:

Exploded party poppers

to these:



'Millennium' (2004)

From these:

Vehicle light lenses

to these:


'Tail light' (2007)

Other equally amazing commissioned projects:

 'Storm Project' (2008) - commissioned by Selfridges 

'Children's Night Light' (2007) -  commissioned by Vogue Nippon

'Cosmic Burst' (2006) - commissioned by MAC Cosmetics

What do you think of this designer's work? I think his work is incredibly amazing because it is not easy to make random found objects look this luxurious and beautiful. Personally, I love 'Tide' and 'Cosmic Burst' for its gorgeous burst of colors, 'Optical' for its elegance and 'Children's Night Light' for its whimsy. Which one is your favorite?

For further details regarding Stuart Haygarth's work, please go to www.stuarthaygarth.com.

Disclaimer: The author of this blog did not receive any monetary payment or other compensation associated to this particular post.

19 comments:

  1. dreamy selection especially the 'Cosmic Burst'. hugs

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  2. AWESOME post! I just looked at these pics 5 times. Love the lenses! So pretty! People can be so creative.

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  3. How cool ! I like the chandeliers from prescription lenses !

    xxLily
    goldandgray.com

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  4. The lens chandelier has got to be my fav! Wow....so unique. I love the creativity of some people...so awesome :)

    swirlsofhappy.blogspot.com

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  5. These are super cool. How creative. Love that chandelier.
    xo
    Alexa
    www.theshortandthesweetofit.com

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  6. Wow, these are amazing! What a creative man! I would never have the vision to turn glasses into a chandelier!

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  7. Hey Jessie, I need to ask you a favor- I'm going to be moving in August and would like to get some guest posts lined up for a week or so that month. I was wondering if you'd be able to write me one? You always find the coolest stuff, so I'd love it if you could do something like this post on my blog! I totally understand though if you're super busy and don't have the time. Just email me and let me know what you think. I'd need by the last week of July. Thanks Jessie! My email is brookebundy02@gmail.com

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  8. Amazing pieces, fantastic colors and light effects!

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  9. Stuart Haygarth is a designer with true vision! My favorite has to be 'Optical'-very glam!
    Great post, Jessie!

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  10. rreally amazing! This is art!!!Hughs Anja

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  11. Most interesting. I have never seen anything quite like this before! M.

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  12. These are artfully inspiring! Gorgeous! xx

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  13. I loved his chandelier so much that i wanted to collect plastic rubbish to make one myself, but never did it. Thanks for showing more of his designs, such a creative way to recycle. X

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  14. OH man! I love the optical lens chandelier!!!

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  15. OH man! I love the optical lens chandelier!!

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  16. Incredible and inspirational...Love them all :)
    Claudia xo

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  17. I think this art is amazing. i love the glass bottles lit up. soo neat.

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  18. Eco-friendly, creative, and uber gorge?!?!? My kind of match up :)

    ♥ Cat brideblu

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  19. Loving these up-cycled lights Jessie - I am really into the whole recreating new from old stuff atm - makes sense.
    Hope you have a great weekend.
    A xx

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