Gravity’s rainbow

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Auckland-born, New York photographer Pippa Drummond was our guest creative for this Objectify shoot in the current issue of Urbis. For an interview with Drummond, click here.

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Flos Mod.548 by Gino Sarfatti; theline.com / Hand Paperweight by Carl Auböck; theline.com.

Image 1. Image:  Pippa Drummond

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Ring Chair by Bower; bowernyc.com / Bedside Carafe by Anna Karlin; annakarlin.com / OYOY Glass Paperweight – Clear Bubbles; theline.com.

Image 2. Image:  Pippa Drummond

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Cylinder Mirror by Bower; bowernyc.com / Bedside Carafe by Anna Karlin; annakarlin.com / Crescent Moon Plates by Arc Objects; arc-objects.com / Everything Platter Set by Arc Objects; arc-objects.com / Black Lollipop Spoon by Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co; theline.com.

Image 3. Image:  Pippa Drummond

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Contour Side Table by Bower; bowernyc.com / Juliet Vessel by Anna Karlin; annakarlin.com / Crescent Moon Plates by Arc Objects; arc-objects.com

Image 4. Image:  Pippa Drummond

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Arch Mirror by Bower; bowernyc.com / Chess Stool by Anna Karlin; annakarlin.com / Incense/Tealight Burner by Apparatus; theline.com  

Image 5. Image:  Pippa Drummond

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Contour Side Table by Bower; bowernyc.com / Crescent Moon Plate and Bowl by Arc Objects; arc-objects.com

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Photography Pippa Drummond / Stylist Rebecca Bartoshesky


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