NAME TO KNOW MYER HAL­L­I­DAY

The Ed­in­burgh-based ce­ram­i­cist has col­lab­o­rated with Heal’s, trans­lat­ing his mono­chrome pat­terns into tex­tiles and more

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How did the de­par­ture from ceram­ics feel? Af­ter work­ing with clay for so many years, it was a nice change to ex­per­i­ment with my pat­terns across al­ter­na­tive ma­te­ri­als. Do you think the de­signs work dif­fer­ently? Un­til now, I’ve been con­cen­trat­ing on how my ideas work on 3D ob­jects, so it’s been re­ally in­ter­est­ing play­ing with the per­cep­tion of a flat pat­tern on multi-di­men­sional sur­faces. Why do you work only in

mono­chrome? When I started out, my pri­mary in­ter­est was the shape of ob­jects and the in­ter­ac­tion be­tween sur­face and form, but this year will see the in­tro­duc­tion of new colours, pat­terns and ways of work­ing, so watch this space! (my­er­hal­l­i­day.co.uk; heals.com).

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