Here I wanted to achieve two things that had a twisting motion, by photographing something in nature and something manmade, and from two neighbouring places.
The result of the design holds a talismanic feel, with the stone like structure against something green and earthy.
My design was initially created to appear on the Oxford Writers House website, at the end of 2017. To support a writers competition page, to celebrate Oxfordshire; to inspire writers. This is one of a series of four different designs.
Internal shade fitting: UK, Europe: The shade fits the standard bayonet cap (BC) and also with Edison Screw (E27) lamp holders (remove the converter plug in the centre of the fitting). US & Canada: unless otherwise stated, washer fittings (1/2" ring) will be used, for lamps that use a harp or vertical rod system.
Fabric design: The placement of the design, at the seam, may vary. This is because they are handmade and come in varying sizes, but will always retain 25cm high as part of the design.
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Length: 25cm, 30cm, 35cm or 40cm (diameter)
Made to order, upon receiving payment. **Leave up to 10 to 14 working days, which will include your fabric to be printed and posted to me, your lampshade to be handmade and then on its merry way to you.** Of course your lampshade could be with you between 7-10 working days, if fabric already in stock.** Overseas delivery may take longer than 14 working days, dependent on where you live.
***UK Delivery is £7.00, includes tracking, signed for and packaging.***International customers, additional shipping costs will apply, which I am happy to quote you for (it will be the buyers responsibility to handle any customs fees or taxes that apply).
Climbing the spiral staircase within the turret of St.Mary's Church, Oxford, I stopped to notice a blue neon glow entering through one of the arrow-slits. I thought it would make for an unusual shot.
The other, is of a tree I photographed, whilst on a walk through the woodland area, around the Abingdon Marina.
Comically, the tree looks like it's keeping its legs crossed (when nature calls), but the twisting shape was perfect for what I had in mind.
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All fabric and components are sourced and supplied from manufacturers also based in the UK.