Julian Mayor was so kind to snail mail me a brochure and CD with nice photos from his portfolio. Thanks Julian! My first pick is this Clone chair
London basedsent us some photos to share one of his latest limited edition chairs, the Fernando, of mirror polished stainless steel.
Julian Mayor asked me to feature his new Chair Graziano (2010), created of welded steel bar in a limited edition of 10. Wit pleasure!
It will be on show in the London Design Festival with other new work coming September.
I missed him in September 2008 when I visited Tent London where he had some chairs on show that bear similarities to this Graziano and were probably earlier studies, but now he was so kind to add a photo of his good self.
Looking at this photo I would suggest him to first try to put them up for exposition at Sudeley Castle before going to London…
Impression Chair by Julian Mayor, 2005
Plywood, painted wood. 27 in. (68.6 cm) high. From the edition of 20. Back leg incised with “Julian Mayor.”
LITERATURE The Sunday Review, The Independent on Sunday, September 21, 2003, front cover
Angle Chair by Julian Mayor
Milan Design Week 2008 preview: Spazio Rossana Orlandi “angle chair” by Julian Mayor. Milan’s Spazio Rossana Orlandi will host a wide variety of exhibitions and events during the fuorisalone this year. there will be work from individual designers as well as companies and schools covering a wide range of mediums for the entire duration of the salone del mobile. scholten & baijins for thomas eyck design academy eindhoven’s Still front Jaime Hayon, Karen Ryan, Christiaan Postma, Piet Hein Eek ,Studio Libertiny, Ruth Gurvich, Ezri Tarazi, Julian Mayor, Massimiliano Adami Chris Kabel, Nobody & co., Kessel & Granger, Fucina one to sit to be us nacho carbonell