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Deadgood products are sold in prestigious department stores worldwide including Liberty of London, Lane Crawford in Hong Kong and La Rinascente in Milan. The company is also developing an enviable commercial client base including Philips, Manchester Airport Group and the BBC. (For more information on stockist’s and distributors please contact Deadgood directly).The original business started out by two graduate designers (Dan Ziglam & Elliot Brook) attempting to find their feet in the competitive world of design, has now evolved into what is poised to become one of the key British design brands of the future.
“Our vision is clear, our values are strong and our desire to succeed is unstoppable and it is our creativity and courage that will help us on this journey to build and grow a unique and exciting, internationally recognised design brand. We like being Deadgood and think you will too.”
Dan Ziglam & Elliot Brook, Deadgood Directors
'Ribbon’ by Raw Studio for Deadgood.
‘Ribbon’ has been produced in collaboration with British designer and creative entrepreneur Nick Rawcliffe whose company Raw Studio, worked alongside the established ‘Protomax Plastics’ in Gower, Wales.
This beautiful little stool, whose form represents the distinct identity of a charity awareness ribbon, is as much a sculpture as it is a functional and inspiring piece of furniture. Deadgood have utilised a cutting edge rotational moulding process to create a product with a distinct personality that is manufactured out of 100% recyclable plastics. The original aluminium cast of the stool was painstakingly sculpted by hand over many months to create this emotive and thought provoking piece of contemporary design that also aims to give a little something back to those who need it most. Ribbon will be launched with the endorsement of major charitable foundations who will receive a donation from the profits of each unit sold.
“With the launch of this collaborative project, one of a number to be unveiled this season, we not only plan to be recognised as active supporters of this country’s wealth of creative talent but also hope to exemplify our commitment to supporting British manufacturing, in turn enhancing our capacity to deliver great British design.”
Elliot Brook, Deadgood Director
The collaborations form part of the ‘Deadgood commissions project’ in which five critically acclaimed British designers/studios have developed new collections
of products to be exclusively developed and distributed through the Deadgood brand.
The Deadgood Commissions Project is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. To find out more about the Arts Council visit www.artscouncil.org.uk