Recognized as one of the best product designers in the world, Geoffrey Mann is a Scottish product designer that explores through his works, the innate relationship between modern technology and ancient craftsmanship. One Hundred Edition honours the best of modern art and fine craftsmanship: discover some of the most iconic and creative works made by Geoffrey Mann.
Geoffrey Mann‘s work embraces the symbiotic relationship between digital media and physical form. His fascination with transposing the ephemeral nature of time and motion has created a studio practice that challenges the existing divides between art, craft and design.
“I don’t invent things,” says Mann. “I just find a way to materialize objects from things that we can’t see.”
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2005, Geoffrey Mann has exhibited nationally and internationally and in 2012 was a “Designer of the Future” by Newsweek magazine.
In 2008, Geoffrey Mann was awarded the World Craft Council Prize for Glass and in 2009 won the Jerwood Contemporary Makers Prize.
Geoffrey Mann’s work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Museum of Art and Design, New York, and the Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery in Norfolk, UK.
All images courtesy of Geoffrey Mann Studio