CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:
Old brushes and easels from an art school maintain their original function. • A rolling cart holds a chemistry set base to hold brushes and paints. • A laboratory petri dish becomes a shadow box for art. • An industrial dish drying rack keeps art organized without touching canvases together. • A pharmacy dosage measuring tray becomes a scrubbable artist palette. Apothecary bowls easily transition to paint holders. • An old farm pulley remnant helps to organize and dry paintbrushes.
“A grouping of industrial pieces support each other in the sense that they are all created for practical and functional production. That makes it quite easy to mix and match flea-market pieces with success.”— MATTHEW MEAD