Archived work and projects
Black & Sigi Collaboration
The limited edition collaboration between Bennita and the BAS Sisters explored the beautiful bright colours of Genova, Italy and the function of stackable storage for their popular wrapped stackable Jewellery pieces.
The Kitchen Collection
Created around a customers culinary needs, the Kitchen Collection is a unique range of ceramic, jesmonite & acrylic pieces that once combined, create a bespoke planter set for any home. Exhibited as part of the University of Brighton Graduate Show.
Obscured Scan Prints
A series of prints that follow the Food Scan series, displaying obscured food that have been digitally assembled into a print, producing original works of art. This work was produced alongside 'The Kitchen Collection'.
Pestle & Mortars
Created as part of 'The Kitchen Collection', the Pestle & Mortars were an original design and concept that explored the process of food preparation within the home. Mix and match the pestle to the mortar, each piece was handmade and cast from Jesmonite.
A series of prints displaying handprinted watercolour illustrations of fruit & vegetables. This work was produced alongside 'The Kitchen Collection'.
A series of 20 unique wheel-thrown ceramic planters in a range of glazes and finishes, created as part of The Kitchen Collection. The stoneware pieces were designed to contain herbs in a stylish and bold manner.
A visual research project exploring the tones of colour and textures found on fruit & vegetables at the market. The series uncovers qualities not usually appreciated by the naked eye at a glance.
Created as part of The Kitchen Collection, these Cultivation Dishes are an original unique design that enable you to grow your own plants at home from just a simple cutting. Cast from Jesmonite, the pieces are also accompanied with an acrylic disk featuring holes in to sprout your cuttings in.
Created as an accompanying product to The Kitchen Collection, the wrapping paper was inspired by common household foods and recipes found in the kitchen. Using watercolour paints and fine liners, each print is hand designed and painted, then colour printed onto quality wrapping sheets.
A range of wheel thrown stoneware ceramic jars, completed with a cork lid. Each piece is complete with a unique glaze and form, working in symmetry with the Ceramic planters.
Made by hand, each unique planter was specifically designed with the intention of making it easier for consumers to look after their houseplants. This concept was achieved by visualising the watering process, either with a transparent tube holding the water or a larger dish what the planter sits in.